Yes. For more information see www.SteveShorr.com/hipaa.htm
It's assuming evil about someone without sufficient evidence.
In general, no - the contract between the government and the veteran, which determines which benefits apply, is terminated upon the veteran's death (assuming benefits extended until that time). Though there may have been allowances for dependents, again, the contract is with the veteran and not the dependents. The exception is any SGLI (Serviceman's Group Life Insurance Policy) benefits, which are similar to any term life insurance settlement. It depends solely on those designated by the veteran for benefit payment upon the veteran's death.
Just call a local insurance agent. I am assuming the inmate trying to get insurance for someone else?
Assuming the purpose of the insurance is for a buyout or keyperson, the answer is no.
The death benefit for life insurance is not taxable assuming it is not a Modified Endowment Contract.
A valid current (ie receipted) insurance document. (Assuming that the company has not cancelled the insurance contract for some breach on your part).
No it is not assuming the policy isn't a Modified Endowment Contract.
Assuming that you are talking about in the case of an accident, you should only talk to your insurance carrier. They will contact the other person's insurance carrier.
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assuming you mean at age 65 or beyond, medicare becomes the primary insurance, and your other insurance becomes a medicare supplement.
No, they will file a claim with their insurance company and their company will talk to your company. Assuming you swapped insurance details.