Any health/disability benefit for pregnant women!

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Tue, 04/22/2008 - 11:32

Are there any disability/health benefits available for the pregnant women? If under the present circumstances I'd need to travel, do I get covered for it as well?

Posted: 23 Apr 2008 09:03 Post Subject:

Yeah, why don't you file a claim with your state disability insurance?
The last I heard had someone say that the disability period would stretch from 4 weeks (prior to the delivery) till 6 weeks (after the delivery). But say, if you'd come up with any of the medical complications or if your case falls under the Cesarean class then that period may get extended. So, this has to a case wherein the daily job duties that you have could not be performed.
Hope you got that!

PackardBell

Posted: 23 Apr 2008 09:13 Post Subject:

Hi I got covered for traveling while I was pregnant last year. Only that I had to get a certificate from my doctor stating that my pregnancy was not at risk & that I do not bear any complications for such travels. So I do have reasons to believe that you'd also get covered for the same but I must say there are some companies that won't cover you for this. Especially the last month of your pregnancy would be truly difficult to get a coverage for such a travel. Make sure before you travel!
Bellycroptic

Posted: 23 Apr 2008 09:31 Post Subject:

hey Pleasant-asker!

Only you would need to remember that your claims would commence ever since you undergo a loss in terms of wages & you possess a certificate from your doctor stating the reason being a form of disability that restricts you from performing your duties.

On the other hand, if this certificate states that you would be able to work partially, then you might be entitled to receive the partial disability benefits.
Regards.

Posted: 24 Jul 2008 10:01 Post Subject: pregnant

As I understand it in most states the mother and the father can not be insured after the mother gets pregnant.The father is uninsurable because child is a part of him which means the child would have to be covered under the fathers insurance.

Posted: 14 Aug 2008 02:56 Post Subject:

There are companies that will offer non-insurance coverage for pregnant women. Essentially you pay to use a PPO network when you go to the hospital. This allows you to pay the negotiated rates (the discounted rates the insurance company pays) for your hospital bills.

If you do a search for maternity insurance on Google you will find some of those companies. Just be aware that the coverage is limited. They are usually discount plans, not actual insurance.

Good luck to you and your baby.

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