How much do us congressman pay for medical coverage?
The US congress is covered under the FEHBP system - they have a choice of over 300 health care options. So it depends on the plan they pick. The Government pays about 70%-75% of the cost so if they pick a Blue Cross Blue Shield family plan that costs $1,327.80/mo., they would only have to cover $430.04/mo.
People have to pay for medical coverage they don't need under the Affordable Care Act so that coverage will be more affordable for sick people who need it. Read More
Network coverage is coast to coast coverage and date roaming. It is something that you pay for monthly and you get so much depending on how much you pay monthly. Read More
no they give you everything for free because that how the world works for you....of course you have to pay you dumba$$ how much you pay depends on if you have perscription coverage under your medical insurance or not what a dumb question Read More
In Canada they have medical coverage by the government how much do they have to pay for their coverage?
It varies by every province, as each province administers their own health care coverage. Typically, the cost for basic health coverage is either free or very little. The "very little" could be an amount payable monthly, quarterly or even deducted from your pay from your employer. Costs for prescriptions vary as well, province to province and could depend on your earned income as to how much you pay. Read More
Liability = Legal Obligation to Pay. Medical Expenses = Moral Obligation to pay. Read More
Yes, the insurer will pay for your care as long as you had coverage on the date of the surgery. It does not matter that in the month after the surgery, you ended your coverage. Read More
Med Pay is a coverage for you and your passengers meant to pay quickly without regard to fault for smaller medical expenses such as emergency room visits. If the person also has health insurance the health coverage will pick up after the Med Pay coverage is exhausted. Read More
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. Read More
Liability Coverage, Medical Payment Coverage, Uninsured Motorist Coverage, Collision Coverage, Comprehensive Coverage,Personal Injury Protection, Towing and Labor Costs Coverage, Rental Reimbursement, and Sound system Coverage. Those are the options you can get and the payment type is deductible and premium. The deductible is what you pay for the accident and the premium is what you pay per month. Read More
Who pays for your injury if you were injured in someone else's car but have your own auto insurance as well?
The only coverage on an auto policy that covers costs for you and your passengers medical expenses is Med Pay Coverage. You health insurance will also pay for injuries. Med Pay is an optional coverage but will pay for an accident involving an automobile even when not in your car. Read More
If you have to provide medical ins for your ex who has an existing medical condition where can you get the best most cost effective coverage?
You're probably NOT required to get her the coverage, but to pay the premiums. You also have a problem with HIPAA Privacy in that she doesn't have to tell you what her medical problems are, nor can you sign the application for her. You may be able to get coverage, without any problems. Then you just have to worry about how long the waiting period is. If she had prior coverage in the last 63… Read More
What proportion of this monthly take home pay would go toward paying for family medical insurance coverage?
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The right amount would be Zero, It doesn't make much sense to pay extra for medical coverage on a home insurance policy when that's already covered under your medical insurance policy. Ever heard of Double-coverge? It's illegal to get paid for the same loss twice anyway. Adding Medical coverage on a home insurance policy is generally what we refer to as "Beefing up" a policy. There is almost a zero chance that it would ever… Read More
Generally, a co-pay is a fixed amount that you're responsible for before the insurance coverage starts for a particular medical service. Read More
In Canada, medical insurance should be accepted at both a hospital and a medical clinic provided the patient has their insurance card. In the USA, patients will typically pay a flat rate co-pay for a medical clinic visit (as compared to a percentage of the bill at an E.R.) Read More
If a procedure is not considered "medically necessary" (i.e. is considered elective), most insurance companies will not pay for the procedure, or will provide only minimal coverage Read More
Becasue the swingset is on your property, yes. Your medical payments coverage will pay for the med bills and if it falls short, your liability coverage will pay for the shortfall. Your insurance co will not (generally) penalize you for any claims. Read More
If an employer pays the premium on medical insurance and forces an employee to take that coverage is there anything the employee can do if they are covered under another plan?
Contact your human resource or personnel department people. If you have to self-pay for your health insurance coverage at your workplace you may be able to select not paying for it and decline the coverage. It depends on the insurance laws in your state and what is the policy at your workplace. If your employer pays for the insurance for you and you don't have to pay anything then why turn it down? Medical care… Read More
If the child and/or the estate has the funds to pay for the coverage the child can apply for individual coverage or take Cobra coverage. Even though the employee has passed any other family members on the plan at the time are eligible for Cobra coverage. Read More
Yes some Travel Insurance Plans will pay for the coverage, if your company has a International Travel Insurance Program along with your regular Medical Insurance. Read More
Medical payments coverage generally pays a portion of medical expenses incurred as a result of a collision and resulting injuries. Similar to Personal Injury Protection coverage, it pays expenses without regard to fault for the collision. It can fill in some of the gaps of coverage that may occur in Personal Injury Protection coverage, such as a high deductible. It may also be triggered when all of the benefits of Personal Injury Protection coverage are… Read More
You broke your ankle walking down your neighbors stairs. What does their homeowners insurance cover?
They would pay up to the limit of the Medical Expeses coverage for medical bills only. This coverage reimburses you for expenses that your personal healh insurance does not cover, i.e, deductible, co-pays. Read More
Auto insurance is basically not a medical insurance. However, if you are involved in an accident and need medical attention or treatment from phisotheraphy or massage can be approved and paid by the insurance company based upon the medical reports and the need for the same. Massage treatment would fall under no fault coverage of the auto policy for eg in Ontario where this coverage is compulsory. In some parts of state this coverage is… Read More
What is the main difference between automobile medical payments coverage and homeowners medical payments coverage?
Medical payments on your car generally covers expense to yourself and / or passengers in the event of an accident where you're at fault. Medical payments on a home policy will pay for people who are injured in your house - but it won't cover the homeowner or other residents of the house. http://www.coloradosbestinsurance.com Read More
If you have coverage of $250,000 and you die, then your beneficiary will get $250,000. Read More
Many automobile insurance policies include MedPay, which can be used to pay for reasonable and necessary medical and funeral expenses due to a car accident, regardless of who is at fault. The coverage will pay up to the limits listed in the policy for each individual injured. Typical limits of MedPay coverage are $1,000 or $2,000, but most insurance companies will sell much more, depending on what you want to pay as a premium. Unlike… Read More
No fault medical coverage means only that the coverage will pay for an insured's injuries no matter who was at fault for an accident. This is the only coverage in which this 'no fault' terminolgy applies to. The medical coverage names and amounts vary by state. GA, SC, and LA have Medical Payments. FL and MI have Personal Injury Protection. AR has Medical Benefits. They are essentially the same coverage with different amounts, restrictions, etc… Read More
To avoid having to pay for hospital bills resulting from an accident they cause Read More
If you have no income, how you will pay the medical insurance premia ? To get medical insurance coverage, you are to show atleast some sort of income to convince the Insurance Company about your premium paying capability. Read More
Who is liable for medical treatment cost when the accident was not your fault and 3rd party have admitted liabillity?
The at fault driver's auto insurance company will pay for your medical treatment out of their Bodily injury liability coverage. Read More
Med pay coverage is called medical payments coverage in an insurance policy. This coverage will pay for reasonable expenses incurred for necessary medical and funeral services because of bodily injury caused by an accident and sustained by an insured. The insurance policy will not reimburse for experimental treatment, treatment not recognized within the medical profession within the United States. The services are only reasonable and necessary if the treatment is rendered by a licensed medical… Read More
Med Pay coverage pays medical expenses no matter who is at fault in the accident. If you do not have health insurance or if anyone who rides in your car may not have health insurance this coverage will help. Med Pay is usually not very expensive and pays for emergency room charges or more depending on what limits you choose. Read More
Three types of auto insurance come to mind: medical payments (or personal injury protection), liability coverage and under/uninsured motorist coverage. Med Pay is coverage that protects the occupants of a car and pays medical bills up to the amount of the med pay policy limits. Liability coverage is the car insurance that pays on behalf of the at-fault driver. This coverage makes a lump sum payment to the injured person who is not at fault… Read More
AFLAC does not issue major medical policies. Most of the products that it sells are in the nature of policies that pay a fixed per diem amount for hospitalization, disability, or other covered occurrences. Therefore, assuming coverage applies, the amount that it will pay will be a function of the per diem benefit that you selected and paid for when applying. Read More
If you are walking down the street and are hit by a car, of course, the majority of the coverage will be from the car that hit you and their liability coverage. You personal auto coverage may also have some coverage to help you as well. If you have medical Payments Coverage it will pay from your personal policy, also if you have work loss that coverage can come from your personal policy to supplement… Read More
Will insurance cover your car repair if you were the one who hit the uninsured person and you have coverage?
if you have full coverage insurance, yes it will cover you and other driver, depending on the limit of your collison coverage you have. if damage exceeds your coverage, then you have pay out of your own pocket to cover other driver's medical expense and damage. asian623 http://www.myspace.com/scionturboracing Read More
What type of auto insurance coverage would help pay your medical expense's if you were injured by a hit-and-run driver?
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If you have the proper coverage it will pay with no problem. Your liability insurance will pay for the damage to replace the power pole to the utility company which will demand replacement costs. Your collision coverage will pay for damage to your vehicle. Loss of use coverage will pay for a rental vehicle while your vehicle is being fixed and if not drivable, it will pay for the rental car from the time of… Read More
This question bothers me. A business that does not have the leagaly required Workmans Comp coverage would be Liable to pay for the equivilant costs plus Leagal costs. But any business that does not have this coverage will turn out to be a fly by night or outlaw company with no assets and virtually no way to leagaly make them pay. If they don't have coverage don't work there,. Read More
The coverage that works best for you depends on the level of coverage you want, and how much you are willing to pay. A smart way of determining the best coverage for travel in the UK is to use a third-party insurance broker. Read More
medical payments to others is no fault coverage - it makes no difference if the person is intoxicated or not Read More
Why do you care as long as your daughter has coverage? Are you wanting to pay for her to have insurance? Tell the Judge. How dare she. Read More
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GEHA plans offer coverage in a Preferred Provider Organization (PPO) style. Essentially this means that with this coverage you can pay a co-payment and deductible for medical care. If you use a physician or hospital that is a part of the GEHA network you will also receive discounted costs for any medical services you require. Doctors outside the GEHA network can be used, but patients will have to pay a bit more. Read More
Your medical insurance would pay for the birth of a child. This is assuming that you have maternity coverage on your policy. Most group insurance policies that supply coverage to their employees do provide this coverage as any other illness. Individual insurance policies usually do not have this coverage due to the cost. There are also clauses that make you have maternity coverage on your policy for various periods of time depending on the policy. Read More
My tertiary insurance company has refused to pay their share of a small medical bill. No one seems to know who has jurisdiction over this company. My congressman says it is the state and the state people say it is the feds. Please help. Read More
Most medical or health insurance policies exclude coverage for plastic surgery if done solely for cosmetic purposes. However, if there is a bona fide medical need for it, for example, to correct scarring from burns that makes it otherwise impossible to walk, an argument may legitimately be made for coverage. Read More