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Re: Notifying Insurance Company ?
« Reply #15 on: August 17, 2008, 09:35:51 AM »
i believe in honesty as strongly as the next guy, but if they regard it as not a condition to be covered, then they can not legitimately claim it's a condition to disclose.  that simple. 

Good point HHH...


That is what I was trying to say here:

Having said that, do you think that having GSR would put an IC at risk of a pay out? Don't think so... why would it? Also, having GSR is not a 'significant' medical event to an IC. To you, yes, but not to an IC...

GB


As HHH mentioned, IC's don't cover the procedure so then why would they be concerned about one having the condition or having surgery done? It would not affect them finacially one iota! Yes/No?

GB
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