What You Need to Know about Health Insurance
Although insurance frauds are usually associated with policyholders who swindle insurance companies with false claims, the fraudulent activities may also come from the insurance companies themselves. Some of the unethical health insurance practices committed by insurers are; denying of legitimate insurance claims, refusal to give coverage to people with specific medical conditions, underpaying claims on purpose and many others. Some states have laws that forbid these practices. And depending on your state, you may be entitled for more benefits than your insurer is informing you. Discover what you need to know about your health insurance policy and what health insurance broker don’t want you to know. See also Health Insurance: A Visual Glossary.