One of the benefits of the program is provided in the event of the accidental loss of life or the permanent total disability, in which QNB customers will have a lump sum payout of the individual's last 12 month salary.
What does PTD stand for?
PTD stands for Permanent Total Disability (insurance term)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
In addition, the maid protection plan is designed for the sponsored maid of the customers covering the maid against death due to accident, permanent total disability due to accident, emergency hospital and surgical expenses and repatriation expense.
There are many other types of coverage that journalists at-risk should consider, such as accidental death and dismemberment and accidental permanent total disability coverages.
However, when it came to determining whether the nurse was entitled to permanent total disability benefits, the employer sang another tune.
The Administrative Law Judge held that Fred Schoemehl was permanently and totally disabled as a result of the combination of his work-related knee injury and his pre-existing disabilities, and found the Second Injury Fund liable to his wife for permanent total disability benefits until the date of the employee's death.
Because she was Schoemehl's dependent," the court wrote in its opinion regarding the widow, "she is considered an 'employee' under the workers' compensation law and is, therefore, entitled to permanent total disability benefits for the remainder of her life.
1M) and aboard a CVN, a young E-3 suffered permanent total disability while conducting maintenance with a hydraulic press.