Amendments to the National Service Life Insurance Act of 1940: Hearings Before a Subcommittee of the Committee on Veterans' Affairs, House of Representatives, Eighty-first Congress, Second Session, on H.R. 5331 ... [and Others]
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1950 - 187 sider
Considers legislation to revise National Service Life Insurance requirements and procedures for reinstatement of life and disability insurance policies and to increase monthly disability benefits.
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accept active service additional Administration amended American Legion amount application appropriation August authorized basis becoming believe beneficiary benefits bill BREINING cease changes claims committee Company compensation Congress connection considered continuance cost DAVIS death deduction deemed dependent determine died direct disease dividends duty effective enactment entitled event evidence existing extended fact filed finding force fund Government granted gratuitous insurance income Insurance Act insured's interest issued January lapse later legislation less limited monthly months national service NOLAND October Option organization otherwise paid parents payable payment payment of premiums period permitted person present prior proof proposed protection questions rates reason receive record reinstatement reject result risks satisfactory SCUDDER section 602 Service Life Insurance service-connected statement STEVENS subsection termination tion total disability United unless Veterans waived waiver of premiums
Side 1514 - No installments of such insurance shall be paid to the heirs or legal representatives as such of the insured or of any beneficiary, and in the event that no person within the permitted class survives to receive the insurance or any part thereof no payment of the unpaid installments shall be made.
Side 1633 - Any person guilty of mutiny, treason, spying, or desertion, or who, because of conscientious objections, refuses to perform service in the land or naval forces of the United States or refuses to wear the uniform of such force, shall forfeit all rights to insurance under this part.
Side 1513 - ... under the War Risk Insurance Act, as amended, the World War Veterans...
Side 1505 - That in any case in which the Administrator finds that the insured's failure to make timely application for waiver of premiums or his failure to submit satisfactory evidence of the existence or continuance of total disability was due to circumstances beyond his control, the Administrator may grant waiver or continuance of waiver of premiums.
Side 1646 - Any person in the active service between October 8, 1940, and September 2, 1945, both dates inclusive, who, while in such service...
Side 1508 - Any person in the active service who on or after December 7, 1941, and prior to April 20, 1942, has been or shall be captured, besieged, or otherwise isolated by the forces of an enemy of the United States for a period of at least...
Side 1506 - In the event that it is found that an insured is no longer totally disabled, the waiver of premiums shall cease as of the date of such finding and the policy of insurance...
Side 1566 - ... becomes or has become totally and permanently disabled or dies, or has died, without having applied for insurance, shall be deemed to have applied for and to have been granted insurance, payable to such person during his life in monthly installments of $25 each.
Side 1514 - In any case in which the insured under any insurance continued in force by the provisions of this paragraph died while such insurance was so continued in force, any premiums due on such insurance shall be deducted from the proceeds of the insurance. Any premiums deducted or collected on any such insurance shall be credited to the national service life insurance appropriation and any payments of benefits on any such insurance shall be made directly from such appropriation.