Yes, definitely your insurance company must be billed for all its expenses.
Depends of the Insurance Company. Most of them YES if the bill is paid in the first 10 days.
Refund the money to the insurance company and bill the patient for the difference.
Yes, a medical provider will bill you for the portion of your bill that isn't covered by your insurance company. Normally, you pay this before you leave the office.
The insurance company will not send you a bill. More likely they will reject the claim from the pharmacy and the drug store will bill you.
Generally your premiums are increased for 5-7 years.
An online insurance quote is an estimate of how much your monthly bill would be for insurance. It may be auto or medical insurance depending on the company.
Why not? What are the terms of the 2nd Insurance?
The subscriber on a insurance card is the person or company of which the bill is sent to. The subscriber may have many people on one insurance policy.
When one visits a doctor's office, their insurance information is usually collected. After the visit, the doctor's office will bill the insurance company directly for their services. If any of the expenses billed are not covered fully by the insurance company, the individual will likely receive a bill from the doctor's office.
The term usually used is a "claim".