So long story short, I begin to see a doctor whom I at the time believed was within my insurance network i continue to visit this doctor for about 6 months (1 appointment every month to check up on med dosage) without being billed once (so i assume insurance is doing their job and making the payments necessary).
2018 and my private insurance paid my for my surgery sometime in March 2018.
Can the private insurance company get the months premiums (from May to December) even though I did not send them checks for those months (May to Dec.
Got a health insurance question?
How much on average does a 24 year old pay for car insurance while he is living in Los Angeles?
He s still on his mom s insurance policy.
Similar question, if I ve paid my deductible, say $2,000, is the insurance company going to pay their share of my medical expenses only up to the amount equal to that $2,000?
However she then told me that she had a one-off no claim discount and if she were to claim from her insurance, her premium would increase significantly and she also had a $500 deductible so she would not receive the full amount of a claim.
I understand that being uninsured is a risk if something major were to happen, however we are young (29) and neither of us have any medical problems.
and what we can barely afford is pointless unless we are in a grave situation.
I have never in my life spent more than 6k in a year on health care and that year my insurance had a $6000 deductible.
Due to my income I don't get any assistance with paying the 12k (because that assistance is all give to the people who arent earning it).
I went bank of America to cash the check geico gave me this afternoon.
I was suppose to put money down on a car tonight and now I can't
The bank manager says there are no funds on the check to call Geico.
I don't have any insurance and I know the deadline to enroll is next month.
Do I have to enroll in Obamacare?
What if I don't?
I got laid off.
What happens to perfume boxes that get damaged while shipping?
How do companies handle the damages incurred?
I am still interested in getting the surgery after I have my baby I just don t know if the approval stays or I have to wait another year and go through the process all over again.
I have a feeling that once she gets her insurance that she s going to try and go to a completely different doctor, not his primary, and try to pass her insurance as either his primary or only insurance even though he s still on mine which would be primary, I would like to know what can happen if she tries to do that?
What would happen if my Dad has a heart attack, or something like that, and they rack up a 100k worth of debt or more?
Is there a way to put the house in my name, so that they wouldn't be able to do that?
now that my bike is stolen and my only leg to stand on is the gap insurance (which is a 1 in a million shot a best) is there anything i can do to get this taken care of.
I realize I could start by taking out a smaller policy like a 250k term for 10 yrs but then if I start a 20 yr term after that then I assume it would still cost me a higher premium at that time.
Will I need an insurance card?
For example, if your deductible is $1,000 per year, your plan won't pay anything until you've met your $1,000 deductible for covered health services subject to the deductible for that year.
If it still sounds confusing, what I'm trying to say is, instead of investing in an insurance company, should I just not, and just have keep money to the side for insurance?