Other plans are employer-sponsored assistance programs (e.g. company-sponsored PPO programs). Although these supplemental policies don’t cover existing conditions, they could be a protection insurance. However, they can be very expensive or impossible to pay for without help from employers. This is where the “I’m not been insured’ argument is made, namely refusing to cover and then assuming their employees would rather forgo insurance rather than cover it themselves.
Employers have forced a portion of their workforce into a”use-it-or-lose it” situation, where insurance means affording premiums each month, only to have them discounted the next month due to unanticipated health expenses. Unpredicted costs are not included in this plan. But, claims about universal health insurance that results in not having anyone covered is false, especially in light of the fact that those with the least financial resources for insurance would also be the those most susceptible to being without the funds needed for emergencies.
2. The ‘I’ve already Paid Claim
If you’ve already made a payment for your car (or any other item), and they are later destroyed by fire or stolen. Commonly, you will see the situation in claims for auto insurance. However, it may occur in health insurance claims. If you fail to notify your insurance company within the 30 day period of getting medical treatment you’ll lose coverage. If you find the error over the span of a month, then you’ll be required to reimburse all premiums with interest and could lose the discounts you are entitled to receive for timely payment. In that case, the chances are that the finance company you used to pay to make it happen will not reimburse the money you paid regardless of rate for auto loans. You will probably get an insurance policy that will cover any eventuality. However, it isn’t a guarantee even if receive a credit, it may be less t hkd5krg9xn.