If you have comprehensive coverage in effect on the date of loss, it should be covered.(I'm an auto rep for an insurance company.)
That is something you will need to check with your new insurance company. Most have some sort of coverage for pregnancy. Look over the policy and call the company with questions.
pet insurance would cover it but it wouldnt be worth paying the excess it would cost you more in the long run both my staffordshire bull terriers were vaccinated at 9 weeks then the second 2 weeks after. it will cost roughly £30 for both vaccinations. but it well worth paying it.
It is possible that you may still qualify for unemployment insurance. They may penalize you a certain amount of weeks for being fired.
If you have an existing auto insurance policy, the new vehicle will be covered if it is added to the existing policy within 15 days of the purchase of the new vehicle.
One would think that a claim should be filed as soon as possible - why someone would deliberately wait for weeks and weeks to file the claim creates questions about the validity of such claims.
The amount of time that you get disability pay depends upon the reason for your disability. The standard benefit period for normal delivery is six weeks for vaginal birth, eight weeks for a c-section delivery. If delivery complications occur, and your doctor indicates that you remain disabled beyond the standard benefit periods, short term disability insurance will cover your extended disability. Many women need to be disabled for bed rest prior to delivery. Short term disability insurance will cover this disability period as well.
Yes, is is possible
Yes this is possible.
Most health insurance plans are designed to cover the cost of your treatments: doctor and hospital expenses.These plans do not replace your income during maternity leave. Short term disability insurance is designed to replace your income, and will pay a 8 week benefit for c-section, and a 6 week benefit for vaginal delivery.You need to apply for coverage before getting pregnant in order to be covered.
You can and you should. Think about it, a few dollars will buy you a piece of mind, simply because you never know what you going to come across when you go around the corner.
It is not possible to determine the gender of a fetus at 12 weeks gestation by ultrasound. Typically the gender is evident closer to 20 weeks gestation.
Term insurance is an insurance you get for a specific amount of time. It is only for a certain amount of time. For instance, term insurance can be an insurance coverage for 6 months, 2 years, or 5 weeks.
No it is not possible to be 11 weeks instead of 7 weeks pregnant. Ultrasound is reliable for dating within a 2 week error. So it is possible for you to be 4 weeks or 9 weeks but not 11 weeks. However dating is usually based on the last menstrual period unless there hasn't been one.
A pregnant woman should begin with an ultrasound at around 12-14 weeks. Some women may need to have an ultrasound earlier than that, if she develops problems such as bleeding, or has a history of miscarriages. After the first ultrasound, you may choose to go back a couple of weeks later to learn the sex of the baby, or to help determine the due date, and possible problems that may occur. Please note that not all insurance companies cover every ultrasound. They may only cover the first 3, and some may only cover a couple. You need to check with your insurance company, and check your policy. Most insurance companies will only cover this if it is really necessary If you just want to know the sex, wait till your next scheduled ultrasound, and just ask. You have to remember that this is considered a "test" and you have to have a valid reason for having it performed. But all in all, it just depends on the woman, and the situation for which she is in. Good Luck!
yes 2 weeks and on....
Yes, as it is possible after only a few hours.
yes it is very possible for this to occur wait another weeks and try agian. I am pregnant with #4 and at 5 weeks mine was neg and at 6 weeks it was pos.
No, it is not possible to lose 93 pounds in three weeks.
no, the earliest is 9 weeks