No, they can't. You can have two insurance coverages.
Yes, she will be held responsible. The primary insurance holder is always responsible for the medical costs under
The primary insurance holder will be held responsible. That is part of the agreement, they will have to pay.
If you have a full medical plan, ski insurance is not needed, as your medical plan already covers EVERYTHING, whether you're taking ski injuries into consideration or anything else.
Double insurance is when you have something insured by two companies like when a husband and wife both have medical insurance on each other.
You can purchase your own medical insurance, its called and Individual policy and many insurance carriers sell them. With an individual medical policy, you have to qualify. (you don't have any significant medical problems or past medical history) Individual medical policys also have pre-existing clauses-- they can deny any/all medical services for a medical condition they determine began before your policy began. Pre-existing clauses are usually for the first 6 months. Most, not all insurance plans "coordinate benefits". For example, if both you and your husband had health insurance through your separate employers, your insurance would be primary and your husband's insurance would be secondary and vice versa for your husband. It can be different for an individual policy/plan. Health insurance is very expensive in this country so most people can't afford to buy individual medical insurance.
Under health insurance rules no. I have seen that in a divorce decree but that is a legal issue not an insurance one.
"If you already have extended health or medical insurance, you might already be covered for traveling. If not, buying travel insurance with the same company should have additional savings."
If you fell ill or met an accident during transportation to work and are already covered under medical insurance,there is no reason why you will not get benefit under medical insurance. Your inability to drive due to medical condition needs detailed explanation as this may be a parameter in your getting benefits under medical insurance.
If she is still being carried on his insurance as his spouse then she has insurance.
In India, the age yardstick for girls is 25 years. Yea, when the girl member gets married, she will be dropped. She can take separate policy or opt for joining with husband's medical insurance policy.