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FRADEWIND i f t ' 1 VOL. 4, NO. 10 ' UTAH TECHNICAL COLLEGE OF PROVO - JANUARY 5, 1976 All students attending Utah Technical College are automatically covered under our $2,000.00 Accident Medical Reimbursement & Accidental Death & Dismemberment Program which is effective while participating in and attending school sponsored activities including travel between school and home. Plans II and III extend protection to 24 hours a day and for the entire year. Premiums are on the enrollment card. OPTIONAL PLANS Plan II Unallocated Accident Protection When a student requires medical services because of accident, the Company will pay the actual cost incurred within 26 weeks from the date of accident - up to $2,500.00 for each accident - regardless of what other coverages you may have. Payment is unallocated: the plan will pay for any or all of the following: !. Medical and Surgical treatment by a physician; 2. Hospital confinement and nurse's services; 3. Miscellaneous hospital expenses, drugs, medicines, ect.; 4. Ambulance expense; 5. Dental treatment made necessary by injury to sound natural teeth. Plan HI Accident & Sickness Protection When by reason of accident occurring or sickness contracted and commencing during the policy period the student is confined within a hospital the Company will pay the following expenses incurred within a 26 week period, to a maximum of $2,500.00 per accident or sickness. 1. Hospital room and board, Jan Ericltson Chosen Outstanding fmber Miss Jan Erickson has been chosen PBL's outstanding member of the month. Tuesday Jan was awarded a Rose and a Kiss by Program Chair man Lynn Giles and Special Projects Chairman Mike Eicheleerger. Janis a resident of Orem, she enjoys sewing skiing, swimming, all sports. Her major is "Legal Secretary" and she is now serving as Secretary to Inner Club Council here at UTC. For PBL she has partici pated in Club Week and the Open House, the Coupon BookSale.and 40 hours, if not more, on the March of Dimes Draculas Castle. She went to Western Regional in Portland Oregon, and whenever we need help, we know she'll be there. Jan is the first outstanding member chosen this school year but it is the intent of PBL to choosen a new outstanding Member for every month. but not to exceed per day the normal semi-private room charge; to a maximum of $40.00 2. 80 percent of hospital miscellaneous expenses; 3. Treatment by a legally qualified physician or surgeon in accordance with the applicable surgical schedule on file with the school, to a maxiumum of $300.00; in addition anesthetists will be paid up to 25 percent of the charge for the applicable surgical procedure; 4. Use of professional ambulance5. Employment of a registered graduate nurse (R.N.); 6. Doctor's calls to a maximum of $5.00 per day; EXTENSION OF COVERAGE All surgical benefits included on surgical schedule will be payable on an in-patient and outpatient basis. When treatment is required due to an emergencynatureof an accident, and the insured student is unable to utlizetheStudent Health Service, the Company will pay the actual expense incurred for Hospital Emergency Room treatment provided all such treatment is rendered within 48 hours after the time of accident to a maximum of $25.00. CLAIM PROCEDURES Pick up claim forms at the Dean of Students Office. Please have them fully completed, attach the medical bills and return to the Dean ofStudents Office. The master policy is held by the school. The benefits of the policy will not be paid for the following: Dental treatment, except treatment resulting from injury to sound natural teeth; Services rendered by the policyholder's infirmary, infirmary employees or salaried physicians (including team trainers) of policy holders; Replacing eyeglass or prescriptions thereof; Preventive medicine or vaccines; Cosmetic surgery, except as the result of injury; Treatment of services rendered in any Federal Government hospital or any hospital where the insured individual is entitled to free care of treatment in absence of the insura-ance; Pregnancy, childbirth or miscarriage; Injury sustained in aviation accidents except to passengers on scheduled commercial airlines; Declared or undeclared war or any act of war, riot or civil commotion; Injury sustained or sickness contracted while in the service of the armed forces of any country. Upon the individual insured entering the armed forces, pro rata return of premium will be paid; Injury or sickness for which compensation is payable under any Workmen's Compensation or Occupational Disease Law or Act; Treatment and hospitalization for mental disorders in excess of $100.00; Expenses incurred as a result of a motor vehicle accident covered by other insurance; Intentional self-inflicted injury; Expenses incurred as a result of the use of drugs or narcotics, unless prescribed by a legally qualified physician; Injury sustained while participating in intercollegiate football. THE COMPANY The plan is underwrittenby the Puritan Life Insurance Company and administered by: TRACY-OSBORNED-DICKSON And Associated 79 South State StreetSuite 300 Salt Lake City, Utah 84111 328-4851 Paralegal Assistants Program Opens at UTL by Jean Robinson A new program is opening up at Utah Technical College atProvo. It is the Paralegal Assistant Program. A legal assistant is a specially trained person who renders assistance to a lawyer, of a grade and quality greater than the functions normally performed by a legal secretary. THE COST OF LIVING raise whicli went into effect on January 1 this year can barely keep behind the rising cost of gas, electricity, and such expenses as tuition, 'someone ought to do something!" Tasks performed might include timekeeping and accounting personnel management, investigations and research, original correspondence and document reproduction, client interviews, etc. To train the legal assistant in the performance of these tasks the following courses are recommended: Business Communications, Business Law I and n, Accounting Procedures, Law Office Management and Accounting, Basic Computer Concepts, Human Relationships in Management, Principles of Economics, Legal Research, Law Specialties, Real Estate Law, Probate Law, and Family Law. These are just some of the courses required and you can receive either a certificate or an Associate Degree in this program depending on the courses taken. The legal assistant program will be a part of the Business Division and Office Education Department. This program is supported by the Utah Bar Association; Central Utah Bar Association; J. Ruebon Clark Law School, BYU Law Research Institute, U of U; plus many individual lawyers and secretaries in Salt Lake and Utah Counties and surrounding areas. Some of the objectives for this program are to provide opportunities for students to explore the career of law, to achieve public and professional acceptance of paralegals as an identifiable career. This is a great opportunity for the many people who want to be more than a legal secretary and who want to work directly with a lawyer.
|Description||Tradewinds was the name of the student newspaper for Utah Technical College at Provo, between 1971-12-14 and 1984-11-15.|
|Publisher||Utah Valley University|
|Subject headings||Utah Technical College at Provo--History; Utah Technical College at Provo/Orem--History; College student newspapers and periodicals;|
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