Many health insurance policies have a maternity waiver. Meaning that pregnancy is not covered. ( Kind of a self inflicted injury type thing ) However, most companies will cover complications of pregnancy.
Yes, an insurance company can legally deny covering prescription medication if they find that it isn't unnecessary. Sometimes this happens when the insurance company feels like the diagnoses is wrong, or the medicine is inappropriate.
No health insurance company denies anyone health insurance for being gay.
not legally, if they find out your address is wrong the insurance company can deny a claim
Probably only if you have full coverage. Otherwise the Insurance company will deny you.
The insurance company is the one that determines fault so if you deny it, they can still rule against you.
In most states an insurer has up to 60 days to accept or deny a claim. Save
That is considered a road hazard but you should contact your insurance company to find out if anything can be done.
Your insurance company will be notified automatically via these shackles we have around us known as computers.
An auto insurance company can deny your claim if you haven't had your license for at least 18 months. or if the car has been sitting up (not running) for a while. they will need receipts from the repair man saying that the problem has just been fixed.
In most states in the U.S. An insurer has up to 60 days in which to investigate a loss and accept or deny a claim
Yes, they can deny a claim. Check your policy for any reference to change of address or location. If you failed to meet the requirements (notification within a certain number of days of moving) they could consider you in violation of the policy and deny the claim.