Friday, November 12, 2010

Mesothelioma Insurance

If you have health insurance, you want to make sure that it’s actually going to cover you when you get sick. However, some insurance companies have loopholes that you might fall into, and you wouldn’t be covered for a specific illness. A large number of them don’t cover long-term care very well, and that pose a serious problem for someone who has mesothelioma because won’t have the care needed unless that person can pay for it them self. Most people don’t have the money that they need for long-term care. If you aren’t sure whether your insurance policy covers mesothelioma, it’s a good idea to check and see whether it does. If it doesn’t, and you haven’t been already diagnosed with mesothelioma, you might want to find an insurance policy that will cover you if you should develop the disease.

48 comments:

  1. health is first. Good information, thanks.

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  2. useful infomation! great to be in the know about things like this, ty

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  3. Presumably they exclude miners, demolition workers etc.

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  4. Good tip.
    Always good to know what you are getting.

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  5. No insurance here. Sucks noodles

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  6. ya my insurance doesnt cover this, i found out when i got it..

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  7. can you get insurance for it, even if you worked around asbestos? do you think theyd give it to you?

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  8. Even though it isn't really possible...I feel like all types of insurance should cover all types of disasters. No loopholes should be allowed.

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  9. good info looking forward to the next

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  10. Yeah, I'm still trying to get my claim for this serious illness I had a year ago ==

    WereAndWillBe.blogspot.com

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  11. I'm on university insurance and it doesn't cover jack.

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  12. i don't have health insurance O_O because im not feeling sick like 3 years :p

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  13. Thanks man, I will check this. I have worked around aspestos a few time and this worries me!

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  14. It's always good to get the insurance right for you :)

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  15. Very useful information! Thanks for sharing...following~

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  16. i hope i dont get it anytime soon, but this is good info to have!

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  17. thats really interesting to know!thanks for sharing

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  18. Or move to Canada or a similar country with free healthcare.

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  19. Yea insurance companies do that a lot. Pay them well but they won't return the coverage needed.

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  20. I health insurance covers Robitussin

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  21. I just got some credit card insurance incsae I fall sick and can't work..That the same thing??? good ol comm bank.

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  22. oh neat, didn't know they had insurance for this

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  23. Ill definitely make sure I have insurance before contracting mesothelioma!

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  24. Anyway, mesothelioma is a quite unfrequent disease.

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  25. Hope I never find myself in a situation where this is an issue...

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  26. Yeah I have health insurance for another 18 days, yaaay! ...

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