First Party Claims,
First Party Claims Meanings:
Insurer claims for loss, damage or injury.
Literal Meanings of First Party Claims
Meanings of First:
Be the first to arrive on time or be the first to order in advance.
Especially in place, location or importance.
With a particular party or individual holding any position.
Sentences of First
Your first wife
The first duty of a doctor is to respect this right.
Was the first person to set a cookie in the river
Synonyms of First
highest, top, chief, initial, paramount, principal, foremost, original, topmost, greatest, leading, prime, earliest, main, introductory, uppermost, opening, major, utmost
Meanings of Party:
A gathering of guests, usually involving food, drink and entertainment.
Formally formed political groups, usually operating at the national level, participate in elections and seek to form or participate in government.
One or more people who are part of an agreement or dispute.
Have fun at parties or other festive gatherings, usually with drinks and music.
Divided into different colored parts.
Sentences of Party
Dominant conservative parties
Agreement between the two parties
Synonyms of Party
association, carouse, reception, junta, get-together, bloc, have a good time, caucus, social occasion, celebrate, make merry, affiliation, alliance, faction, litigant, social event, have a party, defendant, side, gathering, function, have a wild time
Meanings of Claims:
Clarify or acknowledge that something happened, usually without evidence or proof.
Request or formally claim that you have won or won (some)
To cause loss of (someone's life)
Confirm if anything is true.
Application or request for any application deemed appropriate.
Sentences of Claims
The prime minister says he is worried about third world debt
If one does not claim these items, they become the property of the Crown Prince.
Five people were killed in the attack
Prosecuted by alleged CIA contacts
The court rejected your asylum application
Synonyms of Claims
request, affirmation, representation, attest, declaration, application, avow, insist, lay claim to, affirm, assert, formally request, take, swear, state, profess, assertion, protestation, profession, hold, avowal, assert ownership of, declare, maintain, aver, averment