No. You were supposed to have paid the ambulance bills a long time ago. These checks are supposed to reimburse you for what you were supposed to pay BEFORE getting the checks. If you really haven’t yet paid an ambulance bill from April, then it’s probably already been sent to collections and your credit will […]
If you have a claim that cost more than your premium the company loses. But all the money collected from customers goes into a big pot of money and those that have claims the money is pulled out of that pot of money. That is why when insurance companies pay out in claims more money […]
Like all insurers, they have DOZENS of different plans. You were given a coverage summary when you were enrolled. Read and call them if you have specific questions about your specific plan. “Covered” does not necessarily mean no out-of-pocket cost.
It’s on the policyholder to ask, when you BUY THE POLICY. You ask your agent. If you choose to skip the agent part, well, you’re skipping the professional advice part. It’s also on the policyholder to READ THE POLICY. Assuming stuff, is irresponsible. She does NOT have a valid E&O claim – in most states, […]
Send the company a copy of your marriage certificate and ask them to change the name, just as you do with everything else that needs to be changed.
I found a policy my mother took out on me when I was 1yr. old I`m 68 now. Is there cash value there?
It sounds like you were the insured and your mother was the beneficiary. If it was a whole life policy and the premiums were maintained (paid) and/or the policy has been “paid up”, there would be some cash value. A whole life policy that has been “paid up” means you’ve paid so much into the […]
It’s up to the employer, how much they contribute. Keep in mind, the health insurance, dental, and vision, are THREE SEPARATE policies. Most of the time, you have to buy into the health, to be able to buy into the dental and vision. Together, all three are probably costing your employer around $500 a month […]