Answer: Medical diagnoses are based on symptoms and signs some are based on symptoms only. A diagnosis of a mental disorder (psychiatric diagnosis) is based on abnormal psychological symptoms also called psychopathological phenomena.
Medical signs can be determined objectively on a physical basis, directly or indirectly. Therefore many medical diagnoses can be determined objectively on a physical basis.
Examples of medical diagnoses which it is possible to prove on a physical basis are for example myocardial infarction through electrocardiagraphic and laboratory findings, pneumonia through X-ray findings.
Medical diagnoses based only on symptoms only, e.g. tension headache, somatoform-pain disorder, and fibromyalgia, cannot be proven on a physical basis; one can only carefully weigh in mind the symptom presence. Such diagnoses cannot be determined objectively, only subjectively.
The same is true for the diagnosis of a mental disorder.
Since diagnoses of mental disorders are based on psychological symptoms (psychopathological phenomena) and not on physical criteria such as laboratory findings, as outlined above, it follows that such a diagnosis cannot be proven on a physical basis, and, consequently, an objective diagnosis cannot be reached.
In the psychiatric diagnostic procedure the clinical picture of the symptoms also called the symptom complex is evaluated through comparison with the groupings of psychological elements which constitute psychiatric categories in a classification.
Thus, diagnoses based on symptoms (phenomena) alone, which are "mere ideas" can only be determined within a dogmatic convention (gr. dogma=opinion).
Mere ideas in the sense of philosopher Immanuel Kant are ideas which it is not possible to prove on a physical basis ("am Probierstein der Erfahrung").
Answer: Typically the lenders will require the final face value of the loan amount to maturity. That amount must be disclosed to you by the lender, and normally will appear on your Good Faith Estimate.This is also something the lender normally discusses in your Reverse Mortgage training course that is required before you are finalized for the loan.
Answer: There is no minimum amount to limit your suit. It just may be toocostly to sue if the amount owed is small. If someone owes youmoney and refuses to pay you can sue in court. If you aresuccessful, you can request a Writ of Execution and the court willissue a judgment lien that can be recorded by the sheriff in theland records. The property cannot be sold or refinanced until thelien is paid. There is a filing fee to file the initial suit. The local countysheriff must serve notice of the suit and then the writ, and thenrecord the writ in the land records. You should contact that officebefore you act to determine how costly the fees would be for theservice and recording of the lien. If the amount owed is reallysmall, the fees associated with the suit and recording theexecution may be too much to make it worth your time.
You should also visit the courthouse in your jurisdiction and checkinto suing in small claims court. It may be less expensive.
Answer: Hello. I also have done several CDX (Community Diagnoses) way back in college. And for me, I think CIVIL STATUS is very helpful in identifying the root causes of health problems in a community.For example, a community with a high percentage of MARRIED people has a chance of becoming a dense-populated community thus, high rates of street children or out-of-school-youth or worst, prostitution would also be prominent in the diagnosis.A community with high percentage of Divorced/Separated, Widowed and/or Single status on the other hand is most likely to have high rates of unemployment and poverty for lack of partnership support for the whole family.That I think is the relavance of CIVIL STATUS in relation to conducting a CDX..Hope it somehow helped.
Answer: The minimum amount of coverage allowed varies between states or jurisdictions. In Georgia the minimum limit is 25/50/25 which means a liability limit of up to $25,000 per person with a max of $50,000 per accident for bodily injury and up to $25,000 for property damage. It was changed some years back when it was 15/30/10. For most people both of these limits are very low if you think about what medical costs and vehicles now cost. Just because you have minimum limits does not make your liability any less. If you are at fault in an accident you are still responsible for the damage done to the other party, their passengers, and their property. The limits on your policy is what you decide to purchase. The cost is minor to increase your limits and I suggest that you ask your agent to show you different limits and coverages before deciding on the lowest allowed by law.
Answer: Answer from a General Agent All states have regulated the minimum required Liability Limits of Auto Insurance within that state.Your lienholders Finance Contract that you signed will determine the amount of your property insurance coverage required to protect their interest in your financed vehicle.