Elimination Period definition

Elimination Period means the period of 6 months beginning on the date You become Disabled.
Elimination Period means a period of consecutive days of Total Disability, as shown on the Schedule of Benefits page, for which no benefit is payable. It begins on the first day of Total Disability.
Elimination Period means a period of consecutive days of Disability or Partial Disability for which no benefit is payable. The Elimination Period is shown in the Schedule of Benefits and begins on the first day of Disability.

Examples of Elimination Period in a sentence

Any day within such period of Recovery, will not count toward the Elimination Period.

The new Disability is subject to a new Elimination Period and a new Maximum Duration of Benefits.

For the purposes of extending Your Elimination Period, Your Current Monthly Earnings will not include the pay You could have received for another job or a modified job if such job was offered to You by Your Employer, or another employer, and You refused the offer.

Written Proof of Loss must be furnished to us at our home office no later than 90 days after the end of the Elimination Period.

Written notice of claim should be given to us within 30 days of the date the Elimination Period ends, if that is possible.


More Definitions of Elimination Period

Elimination Period means a specified number of days, weeks, or months starting at the beginning of each period of loss, during which no benefits are payable.
Elimination Period means that period of total disability during which benefits are not payable under this policy. The Elimination Period is seventeen (17) weeks.
Elimination Period means a specified number of days, weeks, or months starting at the beginning of each period of loss, during which benefits under a health insurance policy or certificate are not payable.
Elimination Period means the first 7 days of any claim commencing on the first date you are totally disabled or involuntarily unemployed in respect of a claim.
Elimination Period means the time between the date a loss occurs and the date that benefits begin to accrue for that loss.
Elimination Period or "Waiting Period" means the length of time an insured shall wait before benefits are paid under the policy.
Elimination Period means the period of time the student must be continuously disabled before long term disability benefits are payable. It is shown in the schedule. Any days of disability which result from a disability for which this policy does not pay benefits will not count toward the elimination period. Any days during which the student is not disabled will not count toward the elimination period.The elimination period will be considered continuous if the disabled student resumes status as an active full-time student for not more than 45 days during the elimination period. The elimination period will be extended by one day for each day the student temporarily resumes status as an active full-time student. This interruption of the elimination period will not apply to any student who becomes eligible under any other group or blanket long term disability policy.