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... limitation in your health insurance plan. ... (1 replies)
... exisitng condition should be covered so long as you do not have a lapse in coverage. ... (7 replies)
... existing condition unless you've had a lapse in coverage of more than 63 days. ... (7 replies)

... I had group coverage thru my employer. Then I got sick and was not able to go back to work. I got on COBRA. ... (7 replies)
... You want to first and foremost make sure that you don't have a lapse in coverage. ... (3 replies)
... I am currently going through the process of getting individual coverage for myself and my girls. ... (1 replies)
Apr 15, 2005
... I have been on COBRA for 18 months. Each year I get a new plan book from my former employer. As long as you haven't had a lapse in coverage I think you should be okay. Call your health insurance company and they should have the info you need. ... (5 replies)
... to another group coverage. Rules are different when dealing with individual health insurance. If you will be getting new group coverage review the new policy before spending big bucks in a conversion policy. ... (7 replies)
Job Change
Apr 17, 2009
... So I'm thinking about quittign my job and traking a new job out of state. I will only be in between jobs 1 week but my new job has a 3 month waiting period before insurance kicks in. ... (4 replies)
... If you didn't have a lapse in coverage (and it doesn't sound like you did being on COBRA) and had at least 12 months of coverage before then (and in some states it might be less, I can never remember), then the insurance company can't classify it as a preexisting condition. You should have gotten what's called a certificate of creditable coverage from your husband's last... (2 replies)
... ed to a broker about this. This has basically forced my hubby and I to use his employer's plan which is eating up most of DH's paycheck, because we don't want a lapse in coverage. Here in FL, it's 30 days, not 60 or 90. The broker says all the big insurance companies are notorious for doing this on individual policies. ... (4 replies)
... I am on medical leave and will be quitting work to file for disablity. I am paying for my work plan currently but when I quit I will have to pay for cobra due to our medical bills. ... (9 replies)
... d plan, but at least we have coverage, and yeah, we have to pay more, but I was able to use all of our medical expenses on our taxes this year, so it worked out in the end, his plan has changed to a more economial plan for this year. ... (7 replies)
... Wow. And you can't take HIPAA coverage because one of the rules is that you must have elected and exhausted Cobra! Have you looked on the internet for alternatives? ... (14 replies)
... I've checked into Cobra and unfortunately I'm not eligible because I work for a small lawfirm with less than 20 people. ... (14 replies)
Any advice?
Feb 24, 2004
... existing conditions with or without a lapse in coverage. Isn't there a difference between a lapse of coverage altogether vs. a change over but with continual coverage? ... (7 replies)
... existing conditions provided you have a certificate of prior coverage AND have not had a lapse in coverage in the last 24 months. ... (5 replies)
... existing conditions. I did have to write down anything I was treated for in the past 6 months and any meds I was taking and fax it to them. ... (2 replies)
... Yes.... there is no solution. I don't want to buy one of those Heath Plans that offers you discount coverage and is not insurance because then I will hae a lapse in actual insurance coverage. ... (14 replies)
No insurance help
Oct 25, 2006
... Oh I know this...My retirement check is $1200.00 a month,,,and the insurance would cost me about $900.00 a month for me&wife.....I just can't do that...... (4 replies)

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