If someone has the right to something, how could I say in this situation.
My client would like an organiser to cover flight ticket fare for business class due to physical health problem. According to the organiser, the reason is acceptable for the fee coverage for business class seat. I would like to use another word instead of "the reason is acceptable". Do following phrases make sense for "the reason is acceptable"?
Your reason is a target to be covered fees by the organiser.
Your reason is subject to be covered fees by the organiser.
Your reason deserves to be covered fees by the organiser.
Your reason was regarded as subject of fee coverage by the organiser.
Reasons for physical health matters are considerable point.
I guess that all of the phrases do not fit in the situation.
Please teach me how do native speakers say in this situation?