Prior Insurance

Prior Insurance

The insurance that a policyholder had before switching policies. For example, if Joe switched health insurance companies in October, the prior insurance is the policy that was in effect before October.
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CFC's petition cites this example of a discriminatory and misleading online GEICO rate quote: A single woman living in Fresno with a perfect driving record, who works as a vice president in a private company and has no prior insurance, will be offered a "Lowest Limits" quote on GEICO's website for $162.
There would be other costs too, such as prior insurance against all financial risks in the course of the financial procedure.
To be reimbursed in a timely manner, the home care company must have the proper patient documentation, prescription and prior insurance authorization.
An applicant with no prior insurance sought to cover a vehicle that was found to have been damaged in the last 30 days.
Note particularly that the prior insurance must be continuous; even a one-day gap is sufficient to end coverage for prior losses.
You need proof of prior insurance going back 12 months, they might only have proof of 11 months," Kiefer said.
With a unique dataset, our objectives were: (1) to assess prior insurance coverage and reasons for loss among enrollees in NY SCHIP; and (2) to estimate the incidence of crowd-out; and (3) to identify associations between crowd-out and enrollee characteristics to identify potential disparities.
In detailed analysis of four states--Connecticut, Illinois, Minnesota, and New Jersey--GAO found that most Buy-In participants had prior insurance coverage by Medicaid and Medicare, few had prior coverage by private health insurance, and many earned low wages--most making less than $800 per month.
omitting reasons for leaving prior insurance companies and changing insurers frequently;
He bases the offer on two policy provisions: the discovery period and the loss under prior insurance (superseded suretyship) provision.
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