What are the TSGLI Standards for Male Genitourinary Losses?
This article covers the TSGLI Standards for Male Genitourinary Losses. Genitourinary is a medical term relating to the organs of reproduction and urination collectively; also known as urinogenital, urinosexual, urogenital.
In this article we will cover the male genitourinary organs.
Anatomical loss of the penis may be eligible for a $50,000 TSGLI benefit
Anatomical loss of the penis is defined as amputation of the glans penis. Also it could mean any portion of the shaft of the penis above the glans penis (i.e. closer to the body). Additionally, it could be damage to the glans penis. And also it could be the shaft of the penis that requires reconstructive surgery.
Permanent loss of use of the penis may be eligible for a $50,000 TSGLI benefit
To qualify as Permanent Loss of the use of the penis there must be damage to the glans penis. Or, damage to the shaft of the penis. Also, in order to be classified as Permanent Loss there must be a complete loss of the ability to perform sexual intercourse as a result of the damage. And additionally the loss is reasonably certain to continue throughout the lifetime of the member.
Anatomical loss of one testicle may be eligible for a $25,000 TSGLI benefit
An anatomical loss of the testicle(s) is defined as the amputation of, or damage to, one or both testicles that requires testicular salvage, reconstructive surgery, or both.
Anatomical loss of both testicles may be eligible for a $50,000 TSGLI benefit
See above – Same definition as anatomical loss of one testicle.
Permanent loss of use of both testicles may be eligible for a $50,000 TSGLI benefit
Permanent loss of use of both testicles is defined as damage to both testicles resulting in the need for hormonal replacement therapy that is medically required and reasonably certain to continue throughout the lifetime of the member.
Can losses be combined with each other?
Losses due to genitourinary injuries may be combined with each other, but the maximum benefit for genitourinary losses may not exceed $50,000.
Any genitourinary loss may be combined with other (TSGLI) injuries and treated as one loss, provided that all losses are the result of a single traumatic event. However, the total payment may not exceed $100,000.
Have you been denied TSGLI benefits?
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