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a single policy covering a group of people, typically employees of a company, issued to an employer.
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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Health care coverage occurs under a
issued to the employer or other group.
There is no
record, the policy number alone cannot be used to apply updates.
In some cases, where coverage is provided under the
, you may still be responsible for the deductible.
The experience modifier does not follow the employer into the
Standard applied if there is a conflict between a
and certificate of insurance.
Commercial insurance liability coverage for these operations is available through a state
Eligible benefits being paid under a claim cannot be terminated if the
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