• How can you get off your parents health insurance without letting them know?

    Best answer: You can request that the medical office or hospital not bill your insurance for the services, but you will have to pay up front or work out a payment plan before they will let you go self pay. Talk to the billing office in person.
    Best answer: You can request that the medical office or hospital not bill your insurance for the services, but you will have to pay up front or work out a payment plan before they will let you go self pay. Talk to the billing office in person.
    12 answers · 15 hours ago
  • Does renters insurance cover food?

    Our power went out due to a fallen pole from a crash. We had just gone grocery shopping the day before. The refrigerator was off for more than 15 hours. Is there anything I can do or is it just a loss?
    Our power went out due to a fallen pole from a crash. We had just gone grocery shopping the day before. The refrigerator was off for more than 15 hours. Is there anything I can do or is it just a loss?
    13 answers · 4 days ago
  • Can anyone get an insurance policy on someone else?

    My boyfriend has a lot of health ailments. There is a certain family member of his who has absolutely no financial ties to him what-so-ever but has a life insurance policy on him. This person has had the policy for years and from what I'm told has had the policy prior to his health ailments coming to light.... show more
    My boyfriend has a lot of health ailments. There is a certain family member of his who has absolutely no financial ties to him what-so-ever but has a life insurance policy on him. This person has had the policy for years and from what I'm told has had the policy prior to his health ailments coming to light. Again, there are no financial ties and if he died today or tomorrow she most likely would not give a dime toward his funeral or share with his children and the people he is actually financially responsible for. Can she do this? I'm sure she got his consent when she initially opened the policy but he wants this person to take it off of him now. She has no financially ties to him, his untimely death would be no more than a payday for her. Please advise.
    21 answers · 6 days ago
  • If a Medicaid recipient got married would they lose their eligibility?

    Say a poor man on Medicaid marries a wealthy woman but they file taxes individually (she doesn't claim him as a dependent), would the poor man still be eligible for Medicaid? And if not why?
    Say a poor man on Medicaid marries a wealthy woman but they file taxes individually (she doesn't claim him as a dependent), would the poor man still be eligible for Medicaid? And if not why?
    5 answers · 1 day ago
  • Husbands father will not take him off insurance!!?

    Best answer: If your father in law refuses to take his son off the father's insurance, then ask the father if he will pay the $1500 dollar deductible - if so, then problem solved - but if the father in law will not pay the $1500 dollar deductible, you may have to try to get the insurance company to contact your father in... show more
    Best answer: If your father in law refuses to take his son off the father's insurance, then ask the father if he will pay the $1500 dollar deductible - if so, then problem solved - but if the father in law will not pay the $1500 dollar deductible, you may have to try to get the insurance company to contact your father in law to try to talk some sense into him. Quite honestly, in such a dire need as your
    husband has now, I do not understand why your father in law is being so stubborn about this.
    You might try calling your father in law's insurance company to explain what you have written here - maybe they have some way to resolve this.
    Good Luck!
    13 answers · 7 days ago
  • I need my policy number?

    11 answers · 7 days ago
  • My car had a tree fall on it lastnight & it completely damaged the end.?

    It’s a 2014 Nissan Altima S & it’s smashes on one side of the trunk the light broke & fell off & it ripped the bottom off some. I only have liability insurance will that cover it or am I going to have to pay out of pocket & also what’s an estimate of how long and how much it’s going to take to... show more
    It’s a 2014 Nissan Altima S & it’s smashes on one side of the trunk the light broke & fell off & it ripped the bottom off some. I only have liability insurance will that cover it or am I going to have to pay out of pocket & also what’s an estimate of how long and how much it’s going to take to repair? Please help I am a college student and this is my only way of transportation besides walking.
    13 answers · 1 week ago
  • How long should it take a home insurance company to pay an water damage restoration company for emergency service?

    Best answer: I had a house fire back in 1995 which only had fire damages in 1 bedroom and part of the roof, but the major problem we had was smoke damages that caused the entire house in the inside to be stripped bare. The restoration company was there the next morning, thus they took everything, like clothing, furniture etc... show more
    Best answer: I had a house fire back in 1995 which only had fire damages in 1 bedroom and part of the roof, but the major problem we had was smoke damages that caused the entire house in the inside to be stripped bare. The restoration company was there the next morning, thus they took everything, like clothing, furniture etc to a place that they tried to (remove) the smoke damages.

    The key with a restoration company being a flood or fire, wants to (save) as much, thus insurance saves money on not paying for claims that they can save due to their restoration. A good restoration company knows that the insurance will pay them, be it 30 days or more, (unless) insurance disputes your claim, then you, since as the owner had to sign to have the restoration company to try and mitigate your damages.


    For the time being don't worry if they pay them or not, since if insurance disputes, then they will have to send you a denial letter of the reasons of (why) they dispute your claim, then at that time the restoration company will be after you to pay the bill.


    You are getting ahead of yourself, vs just focus on your claim with the insurance and my guess they will settle with you and if not, then since you have hired an independent adjuster whose job is to make sure your claim is paid and if not, then to fight for you.


    good luck
    8 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Do I need commercial use insurance?

    Best answer: Normally business use is "similar" to commercial insurance. But it appears that your insurance only covers while driving back and forth while working, but (excludes) if you have people/patients in your vehicle. See the difference between the 2 is that if you have an accident, they will cover you, but... show more
    Best answer: Normally business use is "similar" to commercial insurance. But it appears that your insurance only covers while driving back and forth while working, but (excludes) if you have people/patients in your vehicle.

    See the difference between the 2 is that if you have an accident, they will cover you, but if you have a patient in your vehicle, then your insurance could be on the hook for injuries, thus they will (not) cover you.

    This BS that your employer states that your insurance will cover this is just BS. If/when you were to have an accident with a patient/co worker is in the car, then you don't wan t to find out that your insurance denies due to being not covered or in other words excluded. The patient can sue YOU, the driver/owner of the vehicle that caused their injuries.

    So, unless you can get a letter from the (company) not your boss stating that (if) your insurance does not cover you, then they will pay for any damages/injuries. Or, better yet, let them provide you with a company vehicle that you use, so it will be the companies insurance and not yours.

    You can change your insurance from business to commercial, but the cost maybe much much more. So you can then ask your employer to pay you the additional cost to cover you.

    Your employer in "effect" has asked you to be a taxi driver. They need to hire more employees that drive their own vehicles vs using the current and having other employees drive for them. They have what they call (real) taxis, or Uber or Lyft for that reason, so let them pay them to drive them instead.


    Don't do this and make sure that other employees do the same, thus they would have to either let everyone go, or find other solutions
    11 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • U.S Health insurance. My job is offering me Health insurance but i don't want it? "no tax penalty in 2019"?

    Long story short, its a part time job but i meet the criteria/Hours for health coverage as required by The Affordable Care Act. The coverage starts Nov 1, and by having the coverage i avoid the Tax penalties for not having qualified medical insurance. but in 2019 " The Shared Responsibility Payment " /... show more
    Long story short, its a part time job but i meet the criteria/Hours for health coverage as required by The Affordable Care Act. The coverage starts Nov 1, and by having the coverage i avoid the Tax penalties for not having qualified medical insurance. but in 2019 " The Shared Responsibility Payment " / Penalty will no no longer apply onward. Can i just enroll for the remainder of 2018 and opt out in early 2019? . i dont really make alot of money bi weekly so thats why for now i just want to see my options.
    14 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Is $15,000 too high a bill for a mitigation company to charge to take care of a kitchen flood in my house?

    Best answer: With such a major mess, having to remove dry wall & kitchen cabinets, etc, I'm surprised it isn't more.
    Best answer: With such a major mess, having to remove dry wall & kitchen cabinets, etc, I'm surprised it isn't more.
    8 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Is it important, necessary or a good idea to get a life insurance for kids? or is it better just to save money for them?

    this insurance is 20-y term, if they don't use it , they can get back the money that I get, no interest.
    this insurance is 20-y term, if they don't use it , they can get back the money that I get, no interest.
    14 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Healthcare marketplace question?

    Best answer: You can use any computer anywhere to sign up.
    If you child does not qualify for a tax subsidy, you are better enrolling directly with the insurance company as the plans with have a better selection of choices/benefits.
    Best answer: You can use any computer anywhere to sign up.
    If you child does not qualify for a tax subsidy, you are better enrolling directly with the insurance company as the plans with have a better selection of choices/benefits.
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Is it Too Late to Hire Lawyer for Accident Settlement Claim?

    I was hurt in an automobile accident in 12-21-2016. The statute of limitations for my case is two years. If the insurance company won't take my request, is it too late to hire a lawyer to represent me? Will they see the statute of lmitations due date and feel it's too time pressured?
    I was hurt in an automobile accident in 12-21-2016. The statute of limitations for my case is two years. If the insurance company won't take my request, is it too late to hire a lawyer to represent me? Will they see the statute of lmitations due date and feel it's too time pressured?
    8 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • If I don t have homeowners insurance, what action can I take if my neighbor s tree falls on my home?

    Best answer: If the tree falls & it was not diseased & the owner did not have official notice that the tree was damaged, it's an act of God. Since you have no insurance, you are out of luck.
    Best answer: If the tree falls & it was not diseased & the owner did not have official notice that the tree was damaged, it's an act of God. Since you have no insurance, you are out of luck.
    10 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What do you think of my novel title?

    Best answer: no, but I don’t really care for Sci-Fi/Fantasy, but those genres are very popular, so take this with a grain of salt.
    Best answer: no, but I don’t really care for Sci-Fi/Fantasy, but those genres are very popular, so take this with a grain of salt.
    11 answers · 2 weeks ago