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You need information on how copays effect primary and secondary insurance If you pay your copay on primary does that off set your copay on secondary and would secondary pay remaining portion of bill?

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2005-09-22 13:46:41
2005-09-22 13:46:41

I don't quite understand your question. Check this link http://www.steveshorr.com/technical_questions.htm#Primary for links to explanations of dual coverage. Have you read the applicable provisions in your policies?

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