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2011-02-02 22:52:53
2011-02-02 22:52:53

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Yes, subject to the limits in their policy. No. With most insurance policies, there is what is called a timely filing limitation. For my company; contracted providers have 6 months, and non-contracted providers have 12 months to submit the claim. If your primary insurance received the claim within timely filing, you may have the option of submitting the claim to your secondary with proof that it was filed in a timely manner. If that doesn't work you can always appeal the decision with the secondary or for that matter the primary insurance company. Policy holders are not responsible for claims that deny for timely filing.

Yes, and you want them to because if they are paid out of order then it will be a mess to correct.

Their insurance would be primary and your insurance would be considered secondary when filing a claim.

90 days from primary insurance payment/denial date.

Yes, if you are contracted with the secondary payor, PPO contract, HMO contract, etc, you are bound by your contract to bill the plan

You cannot be denied a passport for filing bankruptcy.

Filing Limit Claims must be submitted within 90 days from the date service is provided.^^^^^ That is INCORRECT! I'm a medical billing manager and you have to check with EACH insurance company as they all have different filing limits.Yes Friends,It differs from insurance to insurance.

It depends if they really and truly are responsible for the denied charges. Meaning if the insurance company denied the claim due to something the PROVIDER didn't do, (timely filing, no auth obtained, etc),the charges would have to written off. Other than that, if the patient refuses to pay, let them know the account will go into collections.

Many insurance companies will denial claims for pre-existing conditions. You have a right to appeal all claims. You should call your company first to see why the clam was denied.

You can receive advice for filing an insurance claim online at websites such as Huffington Post, USAA, and Yahoo! Financial. You can also contact the company you have insurance through and they should help you with the process.

It depends on how the insurance policy is worded. Call the health insurance company and ask what timely filing limit is. Most insurance companies will go back 1 year from the service date. Sometimes it will be less.

A timely limit in filing a claim with AARP health insurance is 30 days. It is always recommended to file as soon as possible.

No. That is two different issues. Filing a claim is part of a legally binding contract. Filing suit is a civil action in itself.

You have to buy Auto Insurace and request an sr22 filing, You may also be added to your girlfriends Auto Insurance and have her Insurance company issue you an sr22. SR22 Insurance is the same thing as Auto Insurance. Only your Auto Insurer with whom you are a named insured driver can issue you an SR22 Filing. An SR22 Insurance Filing is just proof for the state that you have obtained your auto insurance.

Each state has different time periods of filing an insurance claim after an accident. Check with you state to make sure you do not miss the filing period.

I have file for Chapter 7 twice and it has had no effect on my car insurance.

Yes, undocumented immigrants can get an sr22 filing with their auto insurance.

If you want to be sure your claim gets paid, and not denied, get the death certificate before you send anything to the insurance company. Many times we see death certificates that state causes of death, such as "head trauma...due to intoxication", that are not accurate but will certainly get the claim denied. If you get the death certificate first you can deal with any issues of improper reporting. I work at the Center for Life Insurance Disputes and we help clients collect death benefits.

It already is Regular Auto Insurance. You just tell your insurance company that you no longer need the sr22 endorsement and they will stop filing it for you.

Why not? Filing for bankruptcy is not a crime.

If the secondary payor is contracted then there should be langauge regarding how long you have to file once the primary EOB is received. You may also have to provide a screen print to show your original filing to the secondary payor was timely.

It is up to the insurance company to seek damages, not you.

A state will never have an SR22 filing. This is designated to a driver and could be required if you have had a DUI or possible a no insurance ticket.

You have a duty under the insurance contract to notify the insurance company, they will either require you to give them the ring or let you keep it.

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