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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Under New York Insurance Law, insurers cannot impose prior insurance authorization for inpatient treatment or for greater access to drug treatment medications.
Ending prior insurance authorization to allow for immediate access to inpatient treatment as long as such treatment is needed.
Our survey results, by contrast, are based on a much smaller sample for only two states without controls, but these results drawn from verified HIFA enrollees, who provide information on their own prior insurance status, are akin to true panel data.
Sure, this possibility is remote, but Paul noted other problems buried within the prior insurance policy, including no provision to replace vintage parts with parts of like quality, reducing the overall value of the vehicles in the aftermath of an accident--obviously not the most prudent investment management strategy.
SJT's broker represented that the Perseverance's prior insurance coverage was for $1,750,000, but did not provide Catlin with a copy of RLI's notice of cancellation.
Talk to a prior insurance company, friends and neighbors.
There would be other costs too, such as prior insurance against all financial risks in the course of the financial procedure.
In this matter, the Fifth Circuit held that a provision similar to the "loss sustained during prior insurance" clause in the Superstition Crushing rendered the insurer "only liable for one policy limit if a single occurrence spans multiple policy periods or is covered by a prior insurance policy.
2) Partly by any prior cancelled or terminated insurance that we or any affiliate had issued to you or any predecessor in interest; the most we will pay is the larger of the amount recoverable under this insurance or the prior insurance.
To be reimbursed in a timely manner, the home care company must have the proper patient documentation, prescription and prior insurance authorization.
Schedulers get prior insurance authorization for an ambulatory monitor before the child comes in, so they can be sent home with one after the first visit.
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