Incurred Expenses is a definition used in Statutory Accident Benefit claims, relating to housekeeping and home maintenance, caregiver and attendant care expenses.
By definition, an expense is not "incurred" unless the claimant has actually received the goods or service to which the expense relates, the claimant has paid the expense, has promised to pay the expense or is otherwise legally obligated to pay the expense, and the person who provided the goods or services, did so in the course of the employment, occupation or profession in which he or she would ordinarily have been engaged, but for the accident, or sustained an economic loss as a result of providing the goods or services to the claimant.
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