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Bobobear

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We had insurance April, May, June, and July and then my husband went to a new employer. We just recieved insurance coverage with the new employer with a pre-existing clause on our contract. I thought that was illegal, why isn't it?
 


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<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Arial, Helvetica, Verdana">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by Bobobear:
We had insurance April, May, June, and July and then my husband went to a new employer. We just recieved insurance coverage with the new employer with a pre-existing clause on our contract. I thought that was illegal, why isn't it?<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

Are you referring to medical health insurance in a contract between HMO and the employer? Is the pre-existing clause in reference to a pre-existing medical condition that is not covered under the employer's health insurance? Please explain in greater detail. Also what are you claiming may be illegal and why would it be illegal?
 

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