TSGLI Loss Standards for Females

TSGLI Loss Standards for Females

TSGLI Loss Standards for Females Genitourinary

What are the TSGLI Loss Standards for Females Genitourinary injuries? Genitourinary is a medical term relating to the organs of reproduction and urination collectively. .  Also known as urinogenital, urinosexual, and urogenital.

Claimants my combine losses due to genitourinary injuries with each other. However, the maximum benefit for genitourinary losses may not exceed $50,000.

Also claimants may combine any genitourinary loss with other (TSGLI) injuries and treat them as one loss. Provided that it was a single tramatic event that resulted in all the losses. However, the total payment may not exceed $100,000.

The Female Genitourinary Injuries Covered

Here we will cover the female genitourinary organs.

  • Anatomical loss of the vulva, uterus, or vaginal canal may be eligible for a  $50,000 TSGLI benefit

The complete or partial amputation of the vulva, uterus, or vaginal canal defines anatomical loss of the vulva, uterus, or vaginal canal. In addition to damage to the vulva, uterus, or vaginal canal that requires reconstructive surgery.

  • Permanent loss of use of the vulva or vaginal canal may be eligible for a  $50,000 TSGLI benefit

A permanent loss of use of the vulva or vaginal canal is defined as damage to the vulva or vaginal canal.  The damage results in complete loss of the ability to perform sexual intercourse.  And is reasonably certain to continue throughout the lifetime of the member.

  • Anatomical loss of one ovary may be eligible for a  $25,000 TSGLI benefit

An anatomical loss of the ovary(ies) is defined as the amputation of one or both ovaries.  Or damage to one or both ovaries that requires ovarian salvage, reconstructive surgery, or both.

  • Anatomical loss of both ovaries  may be eligible for a $50,000 TSGLI benefit

See above – Same definition as anatomical loss of one ovary.

Additional Injuries Covered

  • Permanent loss of use of both ovaries may be eligible for a $50,000 TSGLI benefit

Permanent loss of use of both ovaries is defined as damage to both ovaries. Resulting in the need for hormonal replacement therapy that is medically required.  Additionally the damage is reasonably certain to continue throughout the lifetime of the member.

  • Total and permanent loss of urinary system function may be eligible for a  $50,000 TSGLI benefit

Total and permanent loss of urinary system function is defined as damage to the urethra, ureter(s), both kidneys, bladder, or urethral sphincter muscle(s).  Also the damage must be so much that it requires urinary diversion and/or hemodialysis.  Either of which is reasonably certain to continue throughout the lifetime of the member.

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