Loss of Speech means the disability in articulating any three of the four sounds which contribute to the speech such as the Labial sounds, the Alveololabial sounds, the Palatal sounds and the Velar sounds or total loss of vocal cord or damage of speech center in the brain resulting in Aphasia.
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Loss of Speech means total and permanent loss of speech that continues for at least 12 consecutive months following the Covered Accident.
More Definitions of Loss of Speech
Loss of Speech means total and irrecoverable loss of the ability to speak as a result of injury to the vocal cords. The inability to speak must be established for a continuous period of 12 months. This diagnosis must be supported by medical evidence furnished by an Ear, Nose, Throat (ENT) specialist.
Loss of Speech means total and permanent inability to communicate verbally which is medically certified as beyond remedy by surgical or other treatment.
Loss of Speech. Means the total and permanent loss of the ability to produce intelligible speech as a result of permanent damage to the larynx or its nerve supply, or to the speech centres of the brain whether caused by injury, tumour or sickness.The above must be certified by two appropriate medical specialists not less than ninety days after the ability to speak was first lost.