EUO

(redirected from Examination Under Oath)
AcronymDefinition
EUOExamination Under Oath
EUOEasyuo (Ultima Online scripting tool)
EUOOffices in Europe (International Monetary Fund)
EUOEnd User Organization
EUOUnion de l'Europe Occidentale (Western European Union, WEU)
EUOEggs Ultima Online (free online game)
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I have often thought that there are more lies uttered in a recorded statement than in any examination under oath.
Justice Warshavsky's well-reasoned opinion makes clear that No-Fault providers cannot avoid their obligation to appear for an examination under oath in response to an insurer's legitimate request.
On the basis of Talley's refusal, State Farm denied his claim, arguing that the refusal to undergo an examination under oath was a breach of the policy.
Counsel for the Applicant argued that the affidavit of Laura Cevallos was insufficient, standing alone without the references cited, to establish a reasonable basis to conduct an examination under oath of the Applicant.
In a recent case, the insured refused to submit to an examination under oath, claiming the request was unreasonable because he had already submitted to two recorded statements.
The bill also limits attorneys' fees, establishes stiff penalties for doctors who commit fraud and requires that claimants submit to an examination under oath from insurers.
The named insured (or others as dictated by the policy) is required to submit to an examination under oath upon request pursuant to the loss conditions of the policy under which the claim is being presented.
The insurance Examination Under Oath ("EUO") is a formal type of interview authorized by an insurance contract.
The bill also limits attorneys' fees, establishes stiff penalties for doctors who commit fraud, and requires that claimants submit to an examination under oath from insurers.
PIP reform also clarifies that an insurer can ask a policyholder to take an examination under oath (EUO) and have an independent medical examination (IME).
The company states: "We have added a provision which allows the company to require you to submit to an examination under oath if you are seeking coverage under the policy.
They also contended that Connecticut showed an unreasonable delay in scheduling the examination under oath.
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