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 What is a claims examiner?

Answer Claims examiners work with organizations and government agencies. These skilled administrative professionals are hired to determine the amount of a claim based on company guidelines. Employers seek... Read More »
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Medical Claims Examiner Job Description?

A medical claims examiner (sometimes called a health insurance claims examiner or a claims examiner) processes payment claims related to medical treatment and determines whether or not to pay the c... Read More »
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Your insurance company paid all of your claims for a surgery you have had and now they are reviewing a diferrent claim for pre-existing condition can they go back on the claims they paid and take the?

AnswerThe answer may depend upon the diagnosis codes used. From your question, it sounds like the procedures had different codes and therefore, the claims should have been coded differently to refl... Read More »
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Who decides extending claims period time for home damage in large hail storms currently 1 year but not enough time for contractors to handle all potential claims?

That depends. If the renter has their own flood insurance then the renter could certainly file a claim on it they have a flood loss. If your asking can the renter file a claim on the Property owne... Read More »
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What is a forensic examiner?

Forensic examiners are professionals that use the principles of different fields to contribute to legal cases. The cases they work on can be part of the criminal or civil court system, and they oft... Read More »
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