The Policyholder

7) to display. (7) entry and duration of incapacity for work must be proved by certificate of the attending physician or dentist. The policyholder has to bear any costs of such evidence. Remain also requests the company (they are sent usually with a questionnaire) to answer in the context of the so-called contractual obligations, insofar as this is necessary for the provision of cable: (2) the policyholder and the insured person named as decoders (see 6 ABS. 3) have to provide every information which is necessary for the determination of the insured event or the obligation of the insurer and its scope on the insurer’s request.

Investigations also are to meet (to some extent), as the policyholder should obstruct not the recovery. (3) at the request of the insurer, the insured person is obliged to have yourself examined by a physician designated by the insurer. (4) the insured person shall ensure the recovery of the ability to work; It has in particular the directives of the Doctor diligently to follow and to refrain from all acts that are hindering the recovery. (5) any change of occupation of the insured person is notified to. And last, another very important point should be mentioned.

You may go up during the time of identified disability of any professional activity. Also “just in the Office look past” is evaluated quite differently in various judgments. But the insurance case and thus the basis for the payment of sickness benefit is: (3) inability to work in the sense of these conditions exists, if the insured person according to medical findings temporarily in any way can exert their professional activity, also does not exercise it and goes after any other gainful employment. You are not full, so “only” capable of special can maybe work 4 hrs, so performance is not compulsory (unless it’s special provisions for partial AU). Also not if the doctor prescribes you a so-called “Hamburg model” to reintegrate. This is in to match any case with the insurer. More information: daily sickness allowance and disability – what happened? Height of the sick n judgments to the sickness allowance

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