Yes, as long as there is no lapse in coverage.
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).
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.
assuming you mean at age 65 or beyond, medicare becomes the primary insurance, and your other insurance becomes a medicare supplement.
No it is not assuming the policy isn't a Modified Endowment Contract.
Yes, iTunes is free to download, assuming you have sufficient data on your ISP
Assuming that you are talking about becoming an insurance producer, i.e., the ability to sell insurance, the answer is "yes". Contact the state insurance department website in the state in which you are located for more information about becoming licensed.
No, they will file a claim with their insurance company and their company will talk to your company. Assuming you swapped insurance details.
Yes, most of the time, assuming you are referring to life insurance or health insurance. The companies will usually require a blood and a urine specimen during the application process.
Yes, assuming you can legally live in your pole barn in your area.
No, assuming it was due to age. It will be covered if it was vandalized.
Yes, assuming the ground is fertile, the water is sufficient but not excessive, and there are no pests to eat the young plants.
They offer the lowest car insurance, and it's safe secure and only take a few minutes. I think they offer the best car insurance rate. I'm assuming they are.
An insurance retention is the portion of an insurance claim paid by the insured instead of the insurance company. A deductible is a common example of a retention although there are other types of retentions. Retentions allow the insured to reduce insurance premiums whileassuming a portion of the risk being insured.
The insurance policy on the vehicle you were driving will pay any damages assuming the owner of the vehicle and the owner of the insurance policy is one and the same.
Assuming the parent is an adult, most life insurance companies will issue policies on someone as old as age 75-80.
Assuming that "r" is the radius, that simply isn't sufficient information to calculate angular velocity.
Your personal auto insurance will be secondary to the insurance of the vehicle that you are driving (assuming you do not own it and it is not a business vehicle). If you get involved in a car accident while you are operating a vehicle that is -not- yours, then the insurance of that vehicle has to pay first, and if that insurance is not enough (or is not there) then your insurance will kick in. Notice that if you get pulled over by police they will ask you to show proof of insurance on the vehicle (not your insurance.) The law requires all vehicles to be insured, not individuals.
Unfortunately your question is not clear. "Insurance company" could be an insurance carrier, an insurance agency, etc. What are you specifically referring to? What state are we assuming, as each states law is different regarding licensing requirements. What type of insurance (Life, Health, Property and Casualty)?
Assuming that another vehicle hit you then his or her insurance carrier would pay for your visit. They first have to accept liability.