Q&A: What does comprehensive insurance mean?

Question by ♥mama♥: What does comprehensive insurance mean?
I am trying to apply for state insurance for my daughter, who is currently on her fathers insurance through his work, and the rates have just gone up considerably. In the FAQ, it says that families who voluntarily drop “employer based comprehensive insurance” must wait 6 months to apply. Can someone please tell me what this means? Thank you

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Answer by Blackprincess011
In car insurance, coverage which pays to repair or replace the policy owner’s vehicle and personal property inside of it if it was damaged or lost due to other agents, such as fire, theft, flood, or vandalism. Anything that happens to your car that’s not related to a car accident.

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2 comments to Q&A: What does comprehensive insurance mean?

  • Zarnev

    Comprehensive means there are few limitations and exclusions, no annual limits to doctor visits and lab work, generally lower out-of-pocket costs, and no annual maximums to the coverage. Nearly all employer based health insurance is comprehensive.

  • mbrcatz

    In this, it means that the health insurance isn’t a discount plan, and it covers things like hospital stays and office visits. Most likely, dad’s plan IS comprehensive.

    Basically, it means that your daughter will have to be uninsured six full months, before she can APPLY for state insurance.

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