insurance period Dictionary
The insurance period is also called the “insurance period”, the period of protection offered by the insurance policy.
Employment injury insurance 101(4)
If an employee is identified as a disability from the first to the fourth level due to a work-related disability,
Employment injury insurance 101（3）
The assessment of work capacity refers to the fact that workers suffer from work-related injuries or non-work-related injuries and illnesses
Employment injury insurance 101（2）
As an integral part of Employment injury insurance system, insurance against accidents at work is implemented by the State through legislation
Employment injury insurance 101(1)
Employment injury insurance refers to a type of work or survivors who receive material assistance from the state and society when they suffer accidental injury or occupational disease resulting in temporary or permanent disability and death during work or in special circumstances. Social insurance system.
Death insurance 101 (2)
Material assistance provided to help overcome the financial hardship encountered by the funeral of the deceased is generally called funeral grants or funeral expenses.
Death insurance 101（1）
Death insurance, also known as survivor insurance, refers to a social insurance system in which dependent relatives of the insured receive material assistance from society after the death of the insured or after the death of his assigns.