Loss of Hearing Sample Clauses

Loss of Hearing. Permanent profound deafness, which means the quietest sound an Insured Person can hear is louder than 90 decibels when tested by a qualified audiologist.
Loss of Hearing. Permanent, total and irrecoverable loss of hearing resulting in the Insured Person being classified as Profoundly Deaf.
Loss of Hearing. Permanent, irrecoverable, and total deafness, as determined by a physician, with an auditory threshold of more than ninety (90) decibels in each ear. The deafness cannot be corrected by any aid or device.
Loss of Hearing. Total Loss of hearing in both ears as a result of Illness or Injury provided such Total Loss of hearing persists for at least 6 months. The diagnosis must be supported by audiometric and sound-threshold tests provided and certified by an Ear, Nose, Throat (ENT) specialist Medical Practitioner. For the purpose of this Benefit, Total Loss means irreversible loss of at least 80 decibels in all frequencies of hearing in both the ears. The deafness must not be correctable by aides or surgical procedures.

Related to Loss of Hearing

  • Notice of Hearing At least ten (10) days prior to the scheduled hearing, the claimant and his representative designated in writing by him, if any, shall receive written notice of the date, time, and place of such scheduled hearing. The claimant or his representative, if any, may request that the hearing be rescheduled, for his convenience, on another reasonable date or at another reasonable time or place.

  • Hearing The grievance shall be heard by a single arbitrator and both parties may be represented by such person or persons as they may choose and designate, and the parties shall have the right to a hearing at which time both parties will have the opportunity to submit evidence, offer testimony, and make oral or written arguments relating to the issues before the arbitrator. The proceeding before the arbitrator shall be a hearing denovo.

  • Public Hearings If public hearings on the scope of work are held during the period of the Agreement, Contractor will make available to testify the personnel assigned to this Agreement. The Energy Commission will reimburse Contractor for compensation and travel of the personnel at the Agreement rates for the testimony which the Energy Commission requests.

  • Public Hearing If the Grantee fails to respond to the Violation Notice received from the Grantor, or if the default is not remedied within the cure period set forth above, the Board shall schedule a public hearing if it intends to continue its investigation into the default. The Grantor shall provide the Grantee at least twenty (20) days prior written notice of such hearing, which specifies the time, place and purpose of such hearing, notice of which shall be published by the Clerk of the Grantor in a newspaper of general circulation within the Grantor in accordance with subsection 15.8 hereof. At the hearing, the Board shall give the Grantee an opportunity to state its position on the matter, present evidence and question witnesses, after which it shall determine whether or not the Franchise shall be revoked. The public hearing shall be on the record and a written transcript shall be made available to the Grantee within ten (10) business days. The decision of the Board shall be made in writing and shall be delivered to the Grantee. The Grantee may appeal such determination to an appropriate court, which shall have the power to review the decision of the Board de novo. The Grantee may continue to operate the Cable System until all legal appeals procedures have been exhausted.

  • Conduct of Hearing The arbitrator shall hold the hearing in Miami-Dade County, unless otherwise agreed by the parties. The hearing shall commence within twenty-five (25) days of the arbitrator's acceptance of selection, or as soon thereafter as is practicable, and the arbitrator shall issue the decision within thirty (30) days of the close of the hearing or the submission of briefs, whichever is later, unless additional time is agreed to by the parties. The decision shall be in writing and shall set forth findings of fact, reasoning, and conclusions on the issues submitted. Except as expressly specified in this Article, the provisions of the Florida Arbitration Code, Chapter 682, Florida Statutes, shall not apply. Except as modified by the provisions of this Agreement, arbitration proceedings shall be conducted in accordance with the Labor Arbitration Rules and Procedures of the American Arbitration Association and the Code of Professional Responsibility for Arbitrators of Labor-Management Disputes of the National Academy of Arbitrators, the American Arbitration Association, and the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service.

  • Complaints Procedure 18.1 If the Client has any cause for complaint in relation to the services provided by the Company, he should file a complaint as per the Company’s Complaint Handling policy which is available on the Company’s website.