Third Party Liability definition

Third Party Liability means the resources available from a person or entity that is or may be, by Agreement, circumstances, or otherwise, liable to pay all or part of the medical expenses incurred by a Division client (A.A.C. R6-6-101.71 and
Third Party Liability means the liability of ARTC and/or the Operator to any third party (not being a related entity as defined in the Corporations Act 2001) who suffers any personal injury, property or economic loss or damage as a consequence of an Incident.
Third Party Liability means both of the following:

Examples of Third Party Liability in a sentence

  • Third party liability: Third par- ties, such as advertising media, may violate section 5 of the Federal Trade Commission Act through double or fic- titious rates or billing.

  • Third party liability has been handled by HCA staff who recapture funds that should have been covered by Medicaid patients' other insurance coverage.


More Definitions of Third Party Liability

Third Party Liability means any individual, entity, or program that is or may be liable to pay all or part of the expenditures for medical assistance furnished to a member under a state plan.
Third Party Liability or "TPL" means all or part of the expenditures for a managed care enrollee's medical assistance furnished under the Oklahoma Medicaid State Plan that may be the liability of a third-party individual, entity or program.
Third Party Liability means claims that are the responsibility of someone other than this Student Plan. The liable party may be a person, firm, or corporation. Auto accidents and ‘slip- and-fallproperty accidents are examples of common third party liability cases.
Third Party Liability. Effective Sunday after ratification, should an employee receive Weekly Indemnity Benefits as the result of an accident and he/she subsequently receives a wage loss settlement from ICBC covering the same period, the amount by which Weekly Indemnity Benefits and Sick Leave Benefits cause the total replacement income to exceed the employee's regular earnings shall be reimbursed to the company. Any banked sick days which may have been used shall be returned to the employee's banked sick days' accumulation.
Third Party Liability means the resources available from a person or entity that is or may be, by agreement, circumstances, or otherwise, liable to pay all or part of the medical expenses incurred by a Division client (A.A.C. R6-6-101.70 and A.A.C. Title 9, Chapter 22, Article 10).
Third Party Liability means claims that are the responsibility of someone other than this Student Plan. The liable party may be a person, firm, or corporation. Auto accidents and ‘slip- and-fallproperty accidents are examples of common third party liability cases. If you use this Student Plan’s benefits for an illness or injury you think may involve another party, contact PacificSource immediately.
Third Party Liability means the liability of a heat- ing oil tank owner to another person due to property damage requiring corrective action or bodily injury that results from a leak or spill from a heating oil tank.