544. "Total loss salvage vehicle" means either of the following: (a) A vehicle, other than a nonrepairable vehicle, of a type subject to registration that has been wrecked, destroyed, or damaged, to the extent that the owner, leasing company, financial institution, or the insurance company that insured or is responsible for repair of the vehicle, considers it uneconomical to repair the vehicle and because of this, the vehicle is not repaired by or for the person who owned the vehicle at the time of the event resulting in damage. (b) A vehicle that was determined to be uneconomical to repair, for which a total loss payment has been made by an insurer, whether or not the vehicle is subsequently repaired, if prior to or upon making the payment to the claimant, the insurer obtains the agreement of the claimant to the amount of the total loss settlement, and informs the client that, pursuant to subdivision (a) or (b) of Section 11515, the total loss settlement must be reported to the Department of Motor Vehicles, which will issue a salvage certificate for the vehicle.
hearing loss occurs
There is a pretty big difference between a loss and what is considered damaged. Something that is damaged can possibly be fixed, something that is lost cannot be salvaged.
because it is centre for intellect learning and memory consciousness and language if it is damaged it will mean loss of consciousness loss of memory , difficulty with leaning and such like
A cation is formed when an atom loss electrons.
Ultimately, the decision to declare a vehicle a total loss belongs to the insurance company. If the insurance company is unable to have one of their own adjusters look at the vehicle, they will usually hire an independent. The repair shop can write an estimate and take pictures, but the insurance company will decide (based on state law and their own policies) whether or not the vehicle is a total loss.
There will be loss of sensory function.
If the vestibulocochlear nerve is damaged, it can cause dizziness, nausea, and a loss of balance. It is also known as the auditory vestibular nerve.
The duration of Total Loss is 1.58 hours.
Phase loss is the loss of power to a specific area of the circuit. Phase loss can result from exposed wires or damaged wires or even downed power lines.
loss of consciousness
It depends on the part of the brain that is damaged. Loss of vision, paralysis of muscles, or memory loss.
sensorineural hearing loss
>80% The total loss of a species is called extinction.
Severely damaged ozone could be a loss. It will cause the all harmful UV to enter and destroy.
its when 70% of a vehicle has either been damaged or wrecked, and insurance has classified it as a total loss. in some rare cases the salvage title could be issued to a stolen vehicle
Yes, and left untreated it can lead to hearing loss.
Yes but it would be a separate loss and therefore a separate deductible would apply - damage caused by vehicles is covered.
Biofuels that comply with the EU-RED must maintain established sustainability criteria. These criteria address GHG emissions, biodiversity loss and food security.
if you have an unisured loss - document and determine if it would be worthwhile to claim as a loss on your federal tax return
it basically means taking into consideration how weathered or damaged a product is and whether it will bring your company a profit or a loss.
Because the nerves that control the bladder are damaged.
The criteria for euthanasia are constantly being revisited. In most case the criteria involve significant physical torment, a lack of treatment to cure the cause or result of the diseases, and a desire by the patient to die to end the suffering. Some jurisdictions have included criteria like loss of enjoyment of life due to disease, trauma, mental issues, blindness, loss mobility.
to stop or minimises blood loss at the site of damaged blood vessels