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Answer Laws may vary by state but generally as long as you do not have a gap in coverage everything should be covered.
For an unmarried 25 year old is secondary insurance available to cover the 20 percent not covered by an employer's group policy?
Answer Yes. It is called suplemental insurance .. your age and marital status are irrelevant.
Answer Check with the insurance company and your employment. If your employment had the insurance than more than likely the answer is no. You may get a cov…erage like COBRA when you leave or they may let you pay the premiums until the birth.
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If your wife switches from the insurance at her job to the insurance at your job will her pregnancy still be covered?
Perhaps not If any agent tells you that your wife's pre-existing pregnancy is covered, get it in writing. Twenty-three years ago, I wound up paying the whole bil…l for my first child's delivery when my wife's employer changed insurance companies. The new company said they were not required to pay for pre-existing conditions. To this day, I think we got hosed, but that's water over the dam. Don't let it happen to you.
Answer . Yes, you can. As part of an unmarried couple living at the same address, we are "co-insured." The rates beat what each of us was paying separately.
It depends on the state and the insurance you have; in general, childbirth is covered on most women's policies, so be sure that she has insurance and that it covers chil…dbirth.
If the teenage age is 19 and not a full time student - NO - if under 19 years old or a full time student under the age of 23 maybe 26 - solely dependent on parents then …in most cases YES.
Answer Assuming the teen is covered under the policy before she gets pregnant and the plan does not exclude pregnancy for all then yes.
Hey what do you mean? Are you referring to child delivery cost? If they are covered by insurance or not? Well, if that is the case, the price will vary from locati…on. In case you are in Canada and you have health care, you will pay nothing, and if you are fro Utah it is $16000. Source: http://www.surgerycosts.net/price.php?medical=baby-delivery
Depends on the company. Most major companies would cover it. Smaller companies might not. Read your policy & see if it says anything or ask your employer.
Many health insurance companies will provide maternity coverage on their policies. It is important that the policyholder specifically request a maternity benefit on a plan if …they wish to receive this cover at some later date. Typically, a maternity benefit will be attached to a waiting period. This means that you may have to wait a pre-determined amount of time (usually between 12 and 24 months from the start of the plan) before you are allowed to receive any of the maternity benefits offered by a policy. You may not claim for any treatment related to maternity which you have received during the waiting period. Normal maternity insurance policies will typicall include benefits for the coverage of; * Pre-Natal Treatments * Normal delivery * Complications of delivery * Post-Natal Treatments. A more comprehensive maternity insurance plan may also include coverage for benefits including; * IVF Treatments * New born child care * Congenital birth defect treatment. It is important to note that many insurance companies will treat maternity as a pre-existing condition (hence the waiting period). It is not normally possible to obtain coverage from a maternity insurance plan if you purchase the policy whilst already pregnant.
There are many insurance companies that cover domestic partners.
Will homeowner's insurance that I have cover stolen scooter in my name even though it was parked in front of daughter's apartment?
Coverage for small vehicles like that really varies from policy to policy. In my experience motorized vehicles that are street legal are not provided coverage by homeown…ers policies. Golf carts, ATV's (not hitched to a trailer) , Riding mowers etc.. are provided coverage.
Well most medical insurances cover pregnancies and deliveries, but as to how much the company will provide always depends on their policies
Yes, so long as they are living together. If they are a household, then the two can have a combined auto insurance policy. Check with your agent for the specifics from your in…surance carrier.
The plan will cover all essential care during your pregnancy whcih incudes but is not limited to the costs of hospitalization and surgery related to the birth or the pregnancy…. Any drugs medicaly necessary are also covered during this period.