Aggravation definition

Aggravation means an actual worsening of the compensable condition(s) after the last award or arrangement of compensation, which is established by medical evidence supported by objective findings, and otherwise satisfies the statutory requirements of ORS 656.273.
Aggravation means an actual worsening of the compensable conditions after the last award or arrangement of compensation that satisfies the requirements of ORS 656.273.
Aggravation. The term “Aggravation” means a Worsening of an approved service-connected injury/illness or occupational disability that occurs after the Member’s condition has been deemed Medically Stationary.

Examples of Aggravation in a sentence

Bowers, How Jurors Decide on Death: Guilt Is Overwhelming; Aggravation Requires Death; and Mitigation Is No Excuse, 66 BROOK.

Increased cAMP levels are associated with seizure onset (Boulton et al., 1993) and anticonvulsants have been reported to prevent cAMP accumulation (Chang et al., 2009), suggesting the effects are likely to be pharmacologically mediated.14,15 Aggravation of seizures in patients is not expected at therapeutic doses.

More Definitions of Aggravation

Aggravation means an acceleration or exacerbation of a pre-existing condition caused by some intervening event or events. Compare with “flare-up,” Rule 2.2300, and “recurrence,” Rule 2.3900.
Aggravation means an intervening work-related trauma that independently contributes to a member’s original injury that amounts to more than the natural progression of the preexisting disease or condition, and is not the result of age or length of service. The intervening independent trauma causing the aggravation must be an identifiable event or series of work-related events that are the proximate cause of the member’s present condition of disability.
Aggravation means an acceleration or exacerbation of a pre-existing condition caused by some intervening event or events. Rule 2.1110.
Aggravation means an acceleration or exacerbation of a pre-existing condition caused by some intervening event or events. WC Rule 2.1110. “Recurrence” means the return of symptoms following a temporary remission. WC Rule 14.9242.
Aggravation means the clinical effect of a compensable injury on a pre-existing disease or disability resulting in a temporary or permanent increase in the impairment and/or loss of earning capacity resulting from the pre-existing disease or disability;

Related to Aggravation

Aggravated circumstances means the existence of one (1) or more of the following conditions:
Loss or Damage means any loss or damage to the Vehicle, including that caused by theft of the Vehicle or by adverse weather events, that requires repair or replacement including the loss of use of the Vehicle (demurrage), legal expenses, assessment fees, towing and recovery costs, storage, service charges and any appraisal fees of the Vehicle;
Environmental Damage has the meaning ascribed to it in Part E of the Network Code;
Major Damage means damage by fire or other casualty to the Building or the Premises which causes the Premises or any substantial portion of the Building to be unusable, or which will cost more than 25 percent of the pre-damage value of the Building to repair, or which is not covered by insurance. In case of Major Damage, Landlord may elect to terminate this lease by notice in writing to the Tenant within 30 days after such date. If this lease is not terminated following Major Damage, or if damage occurs which is not Major Damage, Landlord shall promptly restore the Premises to the condition existing just prior to the damage. Tenant shall promptly restore all damage to tenant improvements or alterations installed by Tenant or pay the cost of such restoration to Landlord if Landlord elects to do the restoration of such improvements. Rent shall be reduced from the date of damage until the date restoration work being performed by Landlord is substantially complete, with the reduction to be in proportion to the area of the Premises not useable by Tenant.
Serious damage means any specific defect described in this section, or any equally objectionable variation of any one of these defects, or any other de- fects, or any combination of defects, which seriously detracts from the ap- pearance or the edible or marketing quality of the individual portion of the kernel or of the lot as a whole. The fol- lowing defects shall be considered as serious damage.
Waterborne disease outbreak means the significant occurrence of an acute infectious illness, epidemiologically associated with the ingestion of water from a public water system which is deficient in treatment, as determined by the Division.
Material Damage used in the context of the environment means any change in the environment caused by the Private Party or any person with whom it has contracted to fulfil any of its obligations in terms of this PPP Agreement, where the change results in a material adverse effect on the ecological integrity of the environment or on the ability of the ecosystem within the Knysna National Lake Area or the wider GRNP to recover or which will have a material effect in the future, all of which shall be measured against the EIA or any subsequent EIA;
Flooding means a volume of water that is too great to be confined within the banks or walls of the stream, water body or conveyance system and that overflows onto adjacent lands, thereby causing or threatening damage.
Wildlife habitat means areas which, because of climate, soils, vegetation, relationship to water, location and other physical properties, have been identified as of critical importance to maintenance of wildlife species.
Substantial damage means damage of any origin sustained by a structure whereby the cost of restoring the structure to its before damaged condition would equal or exceed 50 percent of the market value of the structure before the damage occurred.
Severe property damage means substantial physical damage to property, damage to the treatment facilities which would cause them to become inoperable, or substantial and permanent loss of natural resources which can reasonably be expected to occur in the absence of a bypass. Severe property damage does not mean economic loss caused by delays in production.
Accidental Damage means physical damage, breakage or failure of Your Covered Equipment due to an unforeseen and unintentional event occurring either due to handling (e.g., dropping the Covered Equipment or through liquid contact) or due to an external event (e.g., extreme environmental or atmospheric conditions). The damage must affect the functionality of Your Covered Equipment, which includes cracks to the display screen that affect the visibility of the display.
Property damage means physical injury to, destruction of, or loss of use of tangible property.
Foodborne disease outbreak means the occurrence of two or more cases of a similar illness resulting from the ingestion of a common food.
Wildlife means all species of the animal kingdom whose members exist in Washington in a wild state. The term "wildlife" includes, but is not limited to, any mammal, bird, reptile, amphibian, fish, or invertebrate, at any stage of development. The term "wildlife" does not include feral domestic mammals or the family Muridae of the order Rodentia (old world rats and mice).
Hacking means unauthorised access to any computer or other equipment or component or system or item which processes, stores, transmits or retrieves data.
Environmental Damages means all third-party claims, judgments, damages, losses, penalties, fines, liabilities (including, without limitation, punitive damages and strict liability), encumbrances, liens, costs and expenses of investigation and defense of any claim, whether or not such is ultimately defeated, and of any settlement or judgment, of whatever kind or nature, contingent or otherwise, matured or unmatured, including, without limitation, attorneys' fees and disbursements and consultants' fees, any of which arise as a result of the existence of Hazardous Materials upon, about or beneath the Property or migrating or threatening to migrate from the Property, or as a result of the existence of a violation of Environmental Requirements pertaining to the Property.
Nongame wildlife means any native wildlife, including rare and endangered species, which are not commonly trapped, killed, captured or consumed, either for sport or profit.
Cognitive impairment means a deficiency in a person’s short-term or long-term memory; orientation as to person, place, and time; deductive or abstract reasoning; or judgment as it relates to safety awareness.
Premises Damage means if the Premises are damaged or destroyed to any extent.
Erosion means the detachment and movement of soil or rock fragments by water, wind, ice, or gravity.
Pandemic means an Epidemic that is expected to affect an unusually large number of people or involves an extensive geographic area.
Landslide means episodic down slope movement of a mass of soil or rock that includes, but is not limited to, rock falls, slumps, mudflows, and earth flows.
Mental, Nervous or Psychological Disorder means a mental or nervous health condition including, but not limited to: anxiety, depression, neurosis, phobia, psychosis; or any related physical manifestation.
Torture means the intentional infliction of severe pain or suffering, whether physical or mental, upon a person in the custody or under the control of the accused; except that torture shall not include pain or suffering arising only from, inherent in or incidental to, lawful sanctions;
threat of serious injury means serious injury that, on the basis of facts and not merely on allegation, conjecture, or remote possibility, is clearly imminent; and