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

  • Premium payment must continue until the later of the end of Your Elimination Period or the date Your claim for the Waiver of Premium Benefit is approved by Us.

  • If You qualify and are approved for the Waiver of Premium Benefit, Your premium will be waived beginning on the first day of the month immediately following the end of Your Elimination Period.

  • If You die during the Elimination Period and are otherwise eligible for the Waiver of Premium Benefit, the Elimination Period will not apply.

  • The number of days you return to work will be added to and extend the Elimination Period by that number of days.

  • We will pay LTD Benefits within 30 days after we receive satisfactory Proof of Loss, but not before satisfaction of the Elimination Period.


More Definitions of Elimination Period

Elimination Period means the period of 9 months beginning on the date You become Disabled.
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 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, subject to satisfaction of all policy terms and conditions by the insured, the length of time an insured shall wait before periodic income benefit amounts are paid under the policy. Periodic income benefit amounts may or may not accrue during the Elimination Period at the option of the company. The length of time required to satisfy the Elimination Period may, but need not consist of, consecutive units of time. The trigger for the start of the Elimination Period shall be commencement of Disability for the insured as defined in the policy. The definition or concept may specify a separate Elimination Period for Injury and a separate Elimination Period for Sickness. In policies issued with Benefit Periods of one year or less, the application of an Elimination Period alone or in conjunction with a qualification period (see definition of Residual Disability) cannot result in the postponement of payment of periodic income benefit amounts to a Disabled insured in excess of 90 days from the commencement of a Disability.
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 period of consecutive dates of total disability for which no benefit is payable. The elimination period is shown in the Schedule of Benefits and begins on the first day of total disability.
Elimination Period means the three months at the beginning of each continuous period of total disability for which no benefit will be paid. The elimination period begins on the nearest first day of the month from the date of disability. The elimination period may include a one-time trial return to work period of less than 15 consecutive calendar days.