If you left your job and became pregnant before another getting a new job will you be covered on a new group health insurance?
No. You'd have more of a case for the prior insurer to cover it if that policy was in effect at the time of conception. At the time of conception if there was no available coverage and coverage was obtained after the diagnosis it becomes a pre-existing condition and would not be covered by either insurance.
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Answer It depends on your insurance and reason for having the procedure. Your nose job may be covered by your insurance if your procedure is enhancing the function of your nose (ex: relieving swelling, extreme sinus pressure, or breathing problems, etc). If your procedure is purely cosmetic, the ch…ances of your procedure being covered is very low. Consult your plastic surgeon and your insurance company to determine which financial plan you'll have to follow. Nearly all plastic or cosmetic surgery is considered elective, which means health insurance does not pay for it. This means you need to have a grasp of the full cost of nose job surgery. ( Full Answer )
Are you eligible for disability leave if you start a new job when six months pregnant and will only work 10 weeks before you take off?
The answer depends on when your coverage became effective. Most plans are effective after a time frame (ex: the 1st month following your date of hire, etc.). In order to be eligible your coverage would have to be effective while you are still working and prior to going out. Secondly, it would also d…epend if your plan has a pre-existing condition limitation. If the answer is yes, your claim would be denied because your condition obviously occured during the pre-ex period. Chances are, there will not be a pre-existing condition limitation in the policy - these are rare in Short Term Disability policies. ( Full Answer )
If you get pregnant and are covered by your spouse's work insurance would you be covered on the new employer's group insurance if he switched jobs?
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.
If you are getting health insurance very soon from your job are you allowed to put your mother on your policy with you if she does not have insurance?
Answer . No. Most plans don't offer provisions for putting a parent on their insurance.
Under HIPPAA if a pregnant worker leaves job and within 63 days husband takes a new job with group coverage will it cover the pregnancy preexisting?
Answer . Only if she was covered by a qualified group plan and elected COBRA can she be added to husbands with no lapse in coverage, thus not pre-existing. You may want to check your state, but my understanding is you have 90 day to elect Cobra and 90 days to pay, but you will owe from day one t…hat you were no longer covered on your previous employers plan. ( Full Answer )
If you have employees out on a job site of a customer to set up new products and they are injured is it covered by the customer's workmen's comp insurance or yours?
Answer . YOURS. They are your employee. I am not an attorney. But I've worked HR for 5 years and processed work comp injuries for my company. Consider something similar: temporary employees via temp agencies. Temporary employees are covered by the temp agency from which they are employeed, NOT th…e client/customer company where the employee is working. Physical location of the injury has less to do with coverage than the employment contract. It has more to do with the employee's purpose for being there: if he is acting on behalf of his employer then his employer is responsible when he is injured. The client/customer where you have sent your employee would never be responsible under worker's compensation law. That is not to say the client/customer isn't negligent or liable in some other way, but not under worker's compensation. Again, I am not an attorney. Just my opinion based on my experience. ( Full Answer )
If you change jobs and health insurance does the amount paid out of pocket expenses for deductible or coinsurance on old policy transfer to your new one in the same year?
\n. \nI don't know of any provision for your deductible or coinsurance to be taken over if YOU change jobs. They must though give you credit against a pre-exisitng condition clause \nIf an employer though switches from one Insurance carrier to another, then most will give credit \n. \nI have had a…n insurance company credit the paid deductible for the individual when they switched jobs. The specific circumstance was an individual who was with the same carrier at the old job and had a choice of carriers at the new job. It is likely that they only do this for people who were already with them that have an option to go with another carrier in order to keep them as a client. ( Full Answer )
It is not automatically covered. You must call your insurance company and add the car to your policy.
If you are denied temporary health insurance can you still be eligible for insurance from the same company when you start your new job?
Answer . \nGenerally yes. Most employer coverage is guaranteed issue. If you applied for an individual coverage and were denied for underwriting reasons that should have no effect on the employer plan. In fact, it is common for someone with an uninsurable condition to make the availablility of …health insurance a prime consideration when looking for a new job for this very reason. ( Full Answer )
If temporary self-obtained insurance coverage ends a few weeks before employer coverage begins at a new job will there be any problems with the new policy?
\n. \n Answer \n. \n. \nThe answer depends on a few factors. If the self-obtained insurance is a HIPAA compliant plan (Creditable Coverage) and the gap between the two plans is less than 63 days, you should be able to avoid any pre-existing conditions caluses in the new employer's coverage.… (As long as you had it longer than the pre-x period - 6 months?) If it is beyond 63 days or the self-obtained plan is not HIPAA compliant, expect to be subject to the pre-existing clause(s). I think that will be your primary exposure.\n. \n30 page explanation from Dept. of Labor on HIPAA Portability http://www.dol.gov/ebsa/pdf/consumerhipaa.pdf ( Full Answer )
If you lose your job and primary health insurance but are also covered through your spouse's group plan are you still eligible for COBRA?
That would depend on if your spouse's coverage is group or individual coverage. If it is group coverage offered by your spouse's employer then NO. Cobra regulations specifically say that you are not eligible if you have other employer sponsored group coverage with one exception. That is if the other… coverage includes any pre-exisitng conditions clause that would deny you coverage for that illness/injury. If you have no pre-existing conditions or the pre-ex caluse does not relate to you (ie. pregnancy is a pre-ex but you are not pregnant) then you are not eligible. If the spouse's coverage is individual coverage and not group you are still eligible for Cobra. ( Full Answer )
Answer . It depends on the employers and their policy. Many companies consider bankruptcy to be a moral issue that demonstrates a persons lack of character. Employers like that may consider that anyone who isn't willing to take responsibility for his/her financial obligations will probably tend …to blame everyone else for problems in their work environment.\n. \nOn the other hand, many employers don't really care. ( Full Answer )
How soon can you get another car if you are getting ready to start a new job and really need transportation and your previous car was repossessed?
Answer . You can buy from a private seller or you can use public transportation.
Answer . Contact your carrier direct, most will cover the baby while in the hosptial after birth, but of course, they will have to be added to the policy, and premium paid for that child.
Son just got job at hospital signed up for group insurance 2 wks ago wife is pregnant will she be covered?
Answer . You will need to have him contact the benefits coordinator for the health insurance, some start immediately some have a time frame, I hope they do, and Congratulations on becoming a grandma !
You were one month pregnant before your group health insurance was effective will medicare cover your expenses?
Medicare does not cover maternity. For details on what Medicare does cover, see the link below:. http://www.medicare.gov/Publications/Pubs/pdf/10050.pdf
If you lost a job that had no medical insurance would a job that your 5 month pregnant wife is about to start be covered?
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 pree…xisting condition. Here is a link to the federal law. http://mtnhealthinsurance.com/index.php?pageName=sec300gg ( Full Answer )
If you are covered under medical insurance with the exsiting job and switch jobs while pregnant will the new medical insurance cover you?
Typically yes. HIPAA allows you to be covered for pre-existing conditions if there is no break in insurance coverage. If your prior coverage didn't cover deliveries, the question may or may not be more complicated. Contact the Insurance Commissioner's office in your state.
President Carter was a naval officer (submarine) before his fathers death in 1953. He returned to Georgia to take care of his fathers farm in Plains (from one of his book's titled "Living Faith"). Written in mid 90's. Good book.
Harry S. Truman was a farmer, store owner, and a judge before he became president. After graduating from Independence High School in 1901, Truman worked as a timekeeper on the Santa Fe Railroad, sleeping in "hobo camps" near the rail lines; he then worked at a series of clerical jobs. He returned t…o the Grandview farm in 1906 and stayed there until 1917 when he went into military service. Truman worked at odd jobs after graduating from high school to help his family make ends meet. He helped on his father's farm from 1906 until he joined the military to fight in World War I. After the war he opened a hat shop which failed in 1922. Truman was made a "judge" of Jackson Co., Missouri, which was an administrative post. From 1926-34, he was the head judge of the county. From 1935-45, he served as a Democratic Senator representing Missouri. Then in 1945, he assumed the vice presidency. ( Full Answer )
If I didn't have insurance for 4-5 months due to quitting a job and am getting new insurance from a new job and I found out I had diabetes in between jobs would new insurance cover that?
Group insurance through a job is the way to go. However, Diabetes is usually not a reason for not qualifying for health insurance. Your premiums will just be high.MichaelFindYourPolicy.com
If you have insurance and you change jobs to another state that might not have group insurance can you get insurance if you have a disabled child that has had large health expenses?
Its up to the insurance company as regulated by the state they are doing business in I believe. I have MS if I were to change jobs and insurers I could very well be denied coverage.. IT happens all the time.. Another travisty of our free market system, and special interest groups! Answer 45 of ou…r 50 states allow underwriting, meaning that your child will not be eligible for individual health insurance in those states. Group insurance is guaranteed issue, if you can find a job that offers it. The problem is that the employer owns the policy, and you are at the whim of that employer. Medicare, Medicaid, and SCHIP should be government assisted options worth looking at. Don http://mtnhealthinsurance.com ( Full Answer )
Yes, Cortes was educated as a lawyer, owned a farm and worked as soldier before going on his voyages.
- Author (his senior thesis Appeasment in Munich, retitled Why England Slept (1940) ; and Pulitzer Prize-winning Profiles in Courage (1956) as a senator, although there is much controversy over the authorship). - Intelligence officer, sailor (US Navy/US Navy Reserve) in WWII: served 1940-194…5 - Journalist: c. 1946 - Congressman 1946-1952 - US Senator 1952-1960 - US President-elect Oct 1960-Jan 1961 Then President from 1961-63 ( Full Answer )
You just started a new job and signed up for health insurance your old job ends at end of the week you still receive health insurance through your old job is it illegal for your coverage to overlap?
If a policyholder has multiple insurance policies covering the same risk, then each insurer will usually contribute to the settlement of any claim. Typically this will happen when the total claim is more than is contractually allowed by either policy. If there are no policy provisions stating oth…erwise, then one insurer is bound to compensate the policyholder for the the full amount liable had there not been any additional coverage. This insurer may then ask the other insuring party to contribute similarly (but not necessarily equally) to the cost of the claim. It is not illegal to take out more than one policy on any specific risk. However, a policyholder should notify all insuring parties of any alternative coverage arrangements. ( Full Answer )
If you change jobs and the new insurance is through the same company as the old insurance is there a way to wave the 90 days they make you wait before they give you insurance?
No. Just because it is the same insurance company does not mean it is the same policy when it comes to coverage. Each employer is different in the policies they pick due to the amount of money they can or are willing to spend.
\nIt depends on your company. Some start right away and other companies make you wait 30,60 or 90 days. Ask your HR rep.
If you are diagnosed with ms while employed and insured by one company but want to switch jobs will the insurance at the new job cover you?
Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act . The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) was enacted several years ago to address "Pre-Existing Conditions", which is what you are describing. HIPAA is very specific on how Health Insurance companies can treat you and AN…Y health problem you may have prior to signing on with another employer. It was enacted specifically to protect employees with serious medical problems like cancer, MS, and others from being left in the cold if they either lost a job due to downsizing, needing to change jobs because of the medical problem, etc. The key things to know are the exclusionary time limits involved, i.e., the time between employers. . If you or someone else is considering switching employers and have been diagnosed with MS, then you should learn as much as possible about the contents of the HIPA Act. HHS HIPAA - http://tinyurl.com/3chck HIPAA.org - http://www.hipaa.org/ HIPAA Wiki - http://tinyurl.com/3oucg7 . Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act (COBRA) . COBRA protects employees who have lost their job due to circumstances beyond their control keep medical benefits for a period after severance. It is also a good law to study just in case, as anyone with serious medical issues may find themselves without a job due to discrimination or just business factors. While there are legal remedies for discrimination based on health problems, they take time to go through, and without medical benefits it's extremely difficult to cope. I've already been there myself. COBRA Wiki - http://tinyurl.com/rg25s ( Full Answer )
George Washington was a planter, a surveyor, and general of the army before he became president.
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There are times in which you can quit and still be eligible. See "Denial of Benefits -1.Voluntary Quit and Discharge" in the Related Link below.
Your husband is leaving his current job to take another job both husband and wife are covered under this employers health insurance can both parties be enrolled in the wifes insurance as prim coverage?
You should be able to. You typically can join your company's group plan during open enrollment, or after a qualifying event. Losing coverage from your husband's employer should be considered a qualifying event. Usually you have a limited time frame to make this change. If all else fails you may lo…ok into COBRA too. ( Full Answer )
People who leave their place of employment are entitled to continuing health care coverage through COBRA, if there are 20 or more people working at the company. COBRA will provide coverage from 18-36 months after you leave your job. http://www.dol.gov/dol/topic/health-plans/cobra.htm
Would insurance cover me at a new job if you had insurance at your last job and daughter has a brain tumor?
It is possible, but I would use COBRA until I have a definitive ruling from the new insurance Carrier
In the Economic slowdown i lost my job my new employer does not provide group health insurance to its employees Any help as how you should buy health insurance privately?
Well, as you mentioned that your new employer does not offer you group health insurance, it seems you had the policy with your earlier employer. One option is that you can continue the same policy for 18 months through COBRA; or pick up some online platforms that will give you a fair idea of plans a…vailable to you. One of my friends faced the same trouble. He tried hCentive.com and quickly landed on a good plan. ( Full Answer )
In most cases you can but, because each state determines its own criteria, you need to check with your own employment security office.
Which type of health insurance policy may not cover all of your health insurance needs or may deny benefits if you lose your job?
Most people get health insurance through their job. Most insurance companies prefer to get one check to insure 100 people than to get 100 different checks. Since you have health insurance through your job when you lose your job, your old company no longer takes care of the paperwork. Most health ins…urance plans have a deductible. That means you must pay something. ( Full Answer )
That all depends on whether you have money in the bank. If you can live without having a job for a while, then quit, however it is easier to find a job when you are working. For some reason employers like to see people that have jobs, not unemployed people.
I had insurance through your spouses old job but you lost the coverage Presently I do not have access to group coverage through your new job can HIPAA help you as an individual?
Well, I guess you should be eligible for it. Perhaps they might have some issues with individuals with a pre-existing condition.
In general, if the employer has more than 20 employees, it is subject to COBRA laws. Part of that involves, if employment terminates for one of several reasons, currently including voluntary quitting, COBRA insurance continuation benefits must be offered.
Jefferson was a lawyer and served in many government positions, in the continental congress, as governor and as a foreign diplomat. He also ran his large plantation.
Yes. It's a 37 year old, $50M company that employs 300+ reporters who scour mostly the east coast and report on virtually every commercial and public works project going on.
A probationary federal employee can apply for another job at any time. That does not mean, however, that if they are chosen for the other job that they would start in a permanent status.
when you look for a new job of course:) -and when you made the interviewer impressed of your answers :) -when you're uhappy with your previous work
He worked as a "community organizer". It might be argued that that was a political position even it did not make him a politician.
I'm not sure what you mean by "covered". However, if the company you are leaving has at least 20 full time employees, you can pay to keep your coverage under COBRA until your new employer's coverage kicks in. However, COBRA rates are quite high as they are the rates your employer pays. Most states h…ave a state continuation right if your company has less than 20 employees. See the Department of Labor website (dol.gov) for more information on state continuation/COBRA and your rights to continue coverage after you leave your job. ( Full Answer )
This is most likely a wish-fulfillment dream, in which you experience the pleasure of getting something deeply desired. It could also be a nudge from your own mind, urging you to get out and make some changes in your life.
There are many career related websites online that can give someone tips on finding and getting a new job. The website Monster has both job postings and tips for finding the perfect job.
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In the book bearing his name, little is revealed concerning Hoseaexcept that he was the son of Beeri.