What is the rule in a medical insurance company sending you a notice that a dependent wasn't covered back in January but you were never notified until the end of September?
Why wasn't the dependent covered? Can you prove you were never
notified? Is COBRA or HIPAA involved? What does the Insurance
Contract say? Brochures? Did the insurance company have an
obligation to notify you?
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If you have met the deductible with your insurance company for the year and you change insurance companies in the same year do you need to satisfy another deductible with the new insurance company?
Not necessarily. It depends on the "Plan Year". For example, if your plan has a calendar year of January 1 through December 31, and by September 15 you have met your deductible, the new insurance carrier would have to issue a Deductible Credit Transfer because you have already met the deductible for the plan year. However, if the new plan has a plan year that runs from September 1, through August 31, then by September 15, your plan has already started to run and the deductible after September 1 only is the amount you can apply. YES