Assuming the teen is covered under the policy before she gets pregnant and the plan does not exclude pregnancy for all then yes.
Many health insurance policies have a maternity waiver. Meaning that pregnancy is not covered. ( Kind of a self inflicted injury type thing ) However, most companies will cover complications of pregnancy.
This will depend on the kind of health insurance your parents have. Some health insurance may cover pregnancy while others do not. You will need to contact your insurance agent and ask them about your family coverage.You should also have a insurance booklet that states what treatments and doctor visits are covered and what is not covered.
No. For one thing, an insurer will generally not cover a pregnancy if the inception of the policy was after the woman became pregnant. That said, the insurance laws of most states require insurers to include pregnancy-related expenses within the scope of coverage. Likewise, complications of pregnancy are usually covered as any other illness.
Just about all the time.
Finding insurance for pregnant women is not always easy because pregnancy is considered a pre-existing condition. If you dont have coverage before you become pregnant, finding coverage can be expensive.here is an article that can help you find affordable health insurance while pregnant and get you the coverage you need.http://www.insuranceagents.com/pregnant-health.html
Pregnancy can be considered a pre-existing condition when getting any type of health insurance and may not be covered. You will just need to contact different agencies and make an inquiry.
Insurance is very important. You want to know that you are getting what you are paying for and that you and your family are covered. I would start by looking up the ratings to the companys as well as asking friends and family what they have heard.
In the USA you can still buy travel insurance while you are pregnant, however, normal pregnancy and child birth is a standard exclusion in all policies so any loss caused by pregnancy or child birth would not be covered. Almost all policies have an exception to this rule; they will cover complications of pregnancy as long as the complication is not foreseeable at the time of purchase. Complications of pregnancy is an insurance term that means more than a difficult pregnancy. One of the major companies defines complications as: "Complication of Pregnancy" means a condition whose diagnosis is distinct from pregnancy but adversely affected or caused by pregnancy. It does not include any condition associated with the management of a difficult pregnancy not consisting of a classifiable distinct Complication of Pregnancy.
It's inside the vagina, covered in live sperm. Yes, there is a possibility for pregnancy.yes.
Yes even if the company does not exist any more you will be covered by the companys insurance company. In NSW Australia this is basicaly a racket run between a few insurance companys and the government and should be easily tracked down.
If you have a group or family medical insurance plan, then most likely your health insurance should cover your pregnancy. If you have an individual medical insurance, then you may not be covered for pregnancy. For more information, please check out this site: www.healthquote360.com
Call and ask the claims dept of your STD plan. In most cases, complication of pregnancy is a covered sickness. You will receive a benefit for the time you miss work, less your policy elimination period.
More and more insurances are beginning to cover pregnancy that is pre-existing. The only way to find out for sure is ask the insurance or the company that she is going to work for should have someone that knows the insurance plans. * In a group insurance plan, pregnancy cannot be considered a preexisting condition. Here is a link to the federal law. http://mtnhealthinsurance.com/index.php?pageName=sec300gg
The fact that the child is illegitimate is irrelevant. If she is under 18, then the insurance will cover it. If she is over 18, it depends on the company. -DJ Craig
Medicine for IVF (Invitro Fertilization - a process that promotes pregnancy) is not typically covered by insurance because it is not medically necessary.
No. First your girlfriend cannot be an insured on your medical insurance because she has no legal rights as she is not a family member. Read your policy and you will see who is allowed to be an insured on your policy. Secondly, even if she was your legal spouse the pregnancy is a preexisting condition and would not be covered anyway.
If you have short term disability insurance, your disability due to pregnancy complications would be covered.
Retinol is covered by health insurance.
Autopsies are not normally covered by insurance companies or Medicare
Yes a RIFLE can be covered under insurance
Yes, you should be since you were already covered prior to this. Although each state varies with this type of coverage. Even if he has a waiting period before he can enroll, he should get a letter from his prior insurance company showing that he had creditable coverage.
"Normally the entire engine, not the transmission is covered with motor breakdown insurance. The extent of your motor breakdown insurance will determine what is covered and what is not."
Pregnancy can only be achieved through the introduction of semen into the vulva, so unless his hand is covered in semen, there is no chance you'll get pregnant.
No, pregnancy is not covered by any governmental services. Your daughter should take a job while she is pregnant. Check to see if your health insurance will pay for her medical. She might be eligible for Medicaid if the family (parents, pregnant minor and any siblings) has limited assets and their income is less than 200% of Federal Poverty Level.