Medical is generally 18 unless the child is a full-time student. Do watch how they define an acceptable learning institution (for instance some may not accept trade schools etc). All will require the child drop off at some age even if they remain a full-time student, generally 22 to 24. IMPORTANT note here: If the parents policy is an individual plan and not a group plan check carefully to see if there is a conversion provision that allows the child to convert to the same plan the parents are on without proving medical eligibility. My daughter was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes while an eligible student on my individual plan. She has a right to convert to her own policy on the same plan we are on within 30 days of a qualifying event (on our policy graduation from college or reaching age 24), guaranteed issue. The insurance company would otherwise never insure a Type 1 diabetic.
Auto is quite different. If the child lives at home and the parents have a legal interest in the car then they can remain on the policy almost indefinately.
The son, daughter or adoptive child of somebody who is on active duty or retired from the U.S. military. They are officially no longer dependent (and no longer have military medical coverage or access to the base exchange or commissary) when they reach age 21, unless a full time student, in which case it can go to age 23.
Under the recent healthcare legislation it will end on the last day of the month following a child's 26th birthday.
Which law offers full coverage for retirees, dependent survivors, and disabled persons
There is no average rate for life insurance it is dependent of pre existing health conditions as well as the age of the person purchasing the coverage.
A lot of this is determined by the law in your state (or the law in the state your policy is written in). Can you give a little more information?
The End - Groove Coverage song - was created in 2003.
When a non custodial parent is ordered by the court to pay medical coverage, and the custodial parent applies for Medicaid that does not mean that the dependent child's medical coverage can be terminated by the non custodial parent. The ordered insurance becomes the primary insurance, and Medicaid becomes the secondary.
It depends on your specific policy. Some providers end coverage at age 18, while others extend coverage until the child graduates from college.
partly aye, good coverage on the south end
Yes, as long as there is no lapse in coverage.
It varies on the type of person.
Your coverage in clearly mentioned in the column 'Sum Insured' of the policy bond. In ULIP policies, the return is dependent on nav value prevalent at the time of surrender/maturity.