Presumptive disability

Presumptive disability,

Definition of Presumptive disability:

  1. Disability that is considered permanent and complete, for example. B. Disability that results in loss of vision or hearing or loss of two or more limbs. Policyholders with this type of disability do not need multiple health checks to prove that disability continues to harm them.

Meaning of Presumptive disability & Presumptive disability Definition