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claim form

the form in which one starts civil proceedings in England and Wales under the Civil Procedure Rules. It is worth saying in a dictionary that this represents a deliberate attempt to introduce plain English into legal usage and has accordingly done away with a good number of hard words’.
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and Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) today sent a letter to the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) requesting that CMS clarify its position on the inclusion of medical devices' device identifiers (DIs) on Medicare claim forms.
Product holders should complete all relevant sections of the compensation claim form, sign and date it and return the original form in the envelope provided by AI Scheme Limited.
It is therefore vital that the Annual Claim Form is not put to the bottom of the to-dolist.
Contractors: contractors claiming for their own CET grant should send the claim form to the area team with which they have a contract
Tooth number, quadrant, surface or arch not shown on claim form
A: Bill the glucose charge on the same claim form as therapy and prosthetics.
If Bob's leave was for bonding with a newborn, adopted or foster care-placed child, no certification form is necessary, but employees will have to submit the claim form.
Beneficiaries may download claim forms from the TRICARE Web site, www.
The IRS stated, however, that in some cases the claim form may be considered a condition precedent to the accrual.
Then they would put that claim form in an envelope with a stamp and mail it to our office.
There's no telling what the claim form wizards over at Medicare were thinking when they came up with the possible responses for "Patient Status"--not just your standard "Single" or "Married" but an option for "Other.