Can insurance deny coverage and going against doctor's claim?
Basically they are going against doctor's claim and instead persisted it has to follow their redundant requirements designed to purposely deny coverage.
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Don't bother asking questions - this is a Redsanta thread.devilsadvocate wrote: ↑ Can you provide more info? Were you in an auto accident and insurance will not cover medical expenses?
Mar 7th, 2022 7:56 am
What you or your doctor think to be redundant is irrelevant. You buy insurance with specific exclusions and limitations that will be applied to your claim if they apply.
Mar 7th, 2022 2:29 pm
Infractions, Penalty Box, Temp Ban, or Permanent Ban?Phonophoresis wrote: ↑ Don't bother asking questions - this is a Redsanta thread.
The predictable course is that:
1) He/she makes a thread asking vague questions about them being wronged with absolutely zero context.
2) Goes MIA for several days despite still being active on the forum.
3) Responds to a single of our replies with more vague and incoherent details.
4) MIA forever until the next thread.
Mar 8th, 2022 3:58 pm
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