If any agent tells you that your wife's pre-existing pregnancy is covered, get it in writing. Twenty-three years ago, I wound up paying the whole bill for my first child's delivery when my wife's employer changed insurance companies. The new company said they were not required to pay for pre-existing conditions. To this day, I think we got hosed, but that's water over the dam. Don't let it happen to you.
If your driver's license expires will you still be covered under your auto insurance policy?
Once you're married, you're legally considered an emancipated adult and would not be covered by your parents' insurance. You would be covered by your spouse's insurance.
Laws may vary by state but generally as long as you do not have a gap in coverage everything should be covered.
If you are still listed on their policy, yes.
Just call the insurance company that you paid for the insurance. They can let you know if your still covered. If you have not purchased insurance then obviously you are not insured.
That depends on the text of your insurance policy. Whatever it says in it, is what you're covered for.
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.
Absolutely not! If you are still using the vehicle, it must be insured. However, the insurance payment would not be covered by the bankruptcy.
Yes, you can still qualify to get disability insurance even if you had injuries or illnesses before. Depending on the status of your injury, it may be covered by a new disability insurance policy, or excluded. If your injury is excluded, it may still be covered in the future if you show improvements and are no longer affected by the old injury. You will have to ask the insurance company to remove the exclusion
my son is on my auto insurance policy but he has moved to florida and I live in Michigan. Can he still be covered on my auto policy if he now lives in florida?
In many cases you would still be covered, but not usually for the amount by which your loan is in default and not for any additional charges and interest applicable to that default amount.
Call your agent and ask the question
With all of the major companies, Yes.
To be on the safe side, check with the insurance company.
Not really. There is something called a "binder", where you are covered with a phone call. But if you are in an accident, you really can't buy insurance three hours later and expect them to pay the damages.
Check your policy to be sure, but in most cases it is covered. I can't think of an insurance company that wont cover you.
NO. the accident happened while he had his fathers car insurance. If he switches insurance he still uses the insurance he had when he got into his accident. However, your health insurance with pick up the difference.
No it does not! I asked that of my insurance company and it doesn't. However, you CAN get it covered at an extra cost. (It's all about the money.)
If no one has bought it in the time that happened, then it is still considered yours. Your homeowners insurance should still cover it. If you still have questions about it, you should talk to the company that your insurance associates with.
Yes - private insurance is not a bar to Medicaid eligibility - but tell your Medicaid caseworker so that the private insurance is billed first.
I kept my pregnancy test after i got my pos. with my daughter --I just covered it with laminating tape. It still shows two lines and its almost 2 years old.
I would say YES. It seems similar to me, that it's the same question as, what if the insurance isn't paying because it's below the deductible? I know for a fact there that you get the Insurance Negotiated rate.
Elderly health insurance usually refers to Medicare and Medicare approved supplemental programs. Some elderly people still are covered by the insurance they had when they were working at their jobs.
You will be covered for just about anything but still asked for deducible usually if you are at fault