It appears you have not yet Signed Up with our community. To Sign Up for free, please click here....



Message Board


Health Insurance SSDI Issues Board Index
Pages: 1 Showing 1 - 20 of 23 for lapse in health insurance. (0.112 seconds)


... limitation in your health insurance plan. ... (1 replies)
... The only way that you'll be covered, with no questions asked, is through an employer that offers group health plans. ... (14 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)

... existing conditions. Do you have the insurance plan booklet. ... (3 replies)
... Thanks for replying so quickly. Well, I was on my parent's insurance until 22 or 23, and after that, I languished at several jobs between the years without health insurance. When I was making enough to have health insurance, and it was a little cheaper than it is now, that's when I signed up. ... (3 replies)
... Hi froggypond....To my understanding I know if you switch from a BC to another BC the pre-existing clause is waived. I have checked a few others out and they all basically say the same thing. If there is no lapse in coverage from some health inusrance for more that 60-90 days the clause will be waived. ICC (9 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. Question: Under my circumstance if I applied for insurance(while I was still insured from my employer) from someone like BCBS would they look at my pre-exisiting conditions? Thanks for... (9 replies)
... exactly!! unless you have a lapse in coverage most insurance co. ... (9 replies)
... existing condition. Its not bad to have a condition, its just that you have to be under a insurance policy constantly and under a doctor's care constantly or else insurance companies will try to weasle their way out. ... (9 replies)
... for my health insurance since i was injured in May and have used all sick days so am on unpaid leave as my WC claim was denied. This is alot of money so i started searching. ... (9 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 don't want to have a lapse in coverage because then that will be even MORE DIFFICULT to get health insurance in the future. ... (14 replies)
... Health Insurance plans do not go on anything like a health credit report. ... (1 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)
... lapse in coverage, then nothing will be pre exisitng, the old insurance will send you a HIPAA form stating your dates of coverage, you give that form to you new insurance carrier, HIPAA is not "insurance" but I don't understand how ya'll can go on BC of CA and not be under a employee plan. ... (7 replies)
... I managed to get health insurance recently, and my concern is that once I am diagnosed the insurance company will find a legal way to exit its contract, leaving me bankrupt, which, at my age, in this place and time, means I might as well be dead. ... (1 replies)
... I was hoping that I wouldn't have to use a Health Discount Plan since it's not insurance, but it is better than nothing. I really don't want to accumulate a lapse of insurance coverage then it will be even more difficult to find insurance. ... (14 replies)
... Is LTD provided by the same insurance company who approved the STD? ... (43 replies)
Medicare part B
Dec 20, 2011
... First....check to see what your health insurance says. Does your or spouses insurance keep covering you if you are over 65 or disabled? ... (6 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)




Pages: 1

All times are GMT -7. The time now is 05:04 AM.



Site owned and operated by HealthBoards.comô
Terms of Use © 1998-2017 HealthBoards.comô All rights reserved.
Do not copy or redistribute in any form!