If I get enrolled in ObamaCare, will I be covered for a pre-existing injury?

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  • Dec 01,2015
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I got injured over 2 months ago, but I didn't have any health insurance. My parents applied for me (a student in high school) to get it, which will be activated starting tomorrow. Will ObamaCare cover my injury from 2 months ago that I got without any insurance? I know ObamaCare covers pre-existing conditions such as sicknesses, but does it also cover pre-existing injuries?


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? 6 months ago

Yes :)

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Evan H 6 months ago

there are no medical questions, you are gurenteed the same coverage as anyone else. your rate is based on your gender, your age, your zip code, and if you smoke or not, your parents income will be used to determine if you are eligble for a discount or not. But you will be covered

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Rob 6 months ago

Nope not in real world.
Only bills after insurance works

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Zarnev 6 months ago

"0bamacare" is a law. The law regulates all health insurance in the U.S., including group policies through your employer and welfare.
One of the regulations of the law state that health insurance must cover pre-existing conditions. It doesn't matter whether those conditions are injuries or illnesses.

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