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 What does the term"major medical"mean in insurance coverage?

Answer The term "major medical insurance" refers to a health insurance coverage plan that covers a larger range of medical procedures and expenses than a standard plan. The coverage plan in a major medica... Read More »
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Does new medical insurance coverage automatically become the primary coverage?

Answer No, I'm checking on the CA State Law, but haven't found it yet. Here's the research I found so far.From Blue Cross Administrators ManualMedicare is the primary payor for employees age 65 or... Read More »
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What Is "Secondary Coverage" in Rental Car Insurance Coverage?

Secondary car insurance, typically provided by credit card companies, is coverage that is applicable after exhausting a motorist's primary insurance. The car rental company or the driver's primary ... Read More »
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What does 100 300 insurance coverage mean?

They are talking about liability limits. A lot of companies write a "split" limit policy meaning there is a difference between the per person and total payout. i.e., in California the Minimum lim... Read More »
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In NY if you have health insurance and have colon cancer but want to switch insurance companies for better coverage does the other insurance company have to take you?

Answer I sure would check before I made the switch. You could be getting into that pesky, ''pre exsisting condition'' thing.......Ask the new carrier first before you switch, (I'd get it in writing... Read More »
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