teriw Posted May 12, 2007 Share Posted May 12, 2007 I'm hoping someone out there knows the law better than I do. My husband's company is switching insurance providers next month. I'm looking through their information folder and it talks about the pre-existing condition clause (waiting 6 months). But then it has some very vague language about reducing the waiting period if you can show that you were previously covered or had only a short gap in coverage. In his case, there is no gap in coverage. This is only happening because of the company switching providers. Do I need to worry about him losing medical benefits for 6 months? Are we protected by law when a company decides to switch carriers? I literally just hired on with a company last week to get additional insurance benefits, but I'm sure they have a waiting period for pre-existing stuff too (I haven't signed up for my insurance yet). Any info is greatly appreciated. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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