TSGLI Loss Standards For Traumatic Brain Injury

TSGLI Loss Standards for Hospitalization Due To Traumatic Brain Injury

What are the TSGLI Loss Standards For Hospitalization Due To Traumatic Brain Injury?

A member will be considered the TSGLI loss standards for hospitalization due to traumatic brain injury if the member has been hospitalized for 15 consecutive days as a result of a traumatic brain injury.  On the 15th consecutive day of hospitalization the member may be eligible for a $25,000 TSGLI benefit payment. 

Payment for hospitalization replaces the first payment period for Coma from traumatic injury AND/OR Traumatic Brain Injury resulting in inability to perform at least 2 Activities of Daily Living (ADL). 

The duration of hospitalization includes dates on which member is transported from the injury site.  And then admitted to the facility, transferred between facilities, and discharged from the facility. 

Transporting an injured member to a hospital marks the beginning of the count of consecutive hospitalization days. Including the day of admission.
And it continues through subsequent transfers from one hospital to another.  Also it would cover up to and including the day of discharge.

The TSGLI definition of a Hospital is:

an inpatient facility accredited as a hospital under the Hospital Accreditation Program of the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations. This includes Combat Support Hospitals,  Air Force Theater Hospitals and Navy Hospital Ships.  Hospital does not include a nursing home.  Neither does it include an institution, or part of one, which: (1) is used mainly as a place for convalescence, rest, nursing care or for the aged; or (2) furnishes mainly homelike or Custodial Care, or training in the routines of daily living; or (3) is for residential or domiciliary living; and (4) is mainly a school.

Help in filing your TSGLI claim

If you have been injured in a traumatic accident and need help filing your TSGLI claim, please call the Law Office of Peter S. Cameron at 800-861-7262. Serving Veterans Nationwide. 

Many initial filings are denied. But we can help you get the benefits you deserve.  If you prefer, simply submit our secure online claim form for a prompt reply.  Because are here 24/7 to help you.

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