I have a state insurance, that I pay for. It is through the state, but not the same as welfare or public assistance. It is insurance for people who work & don't have insurance and can't get affordable insurance but have a physical condition that needs treated in order to keep working.
Any ways..... at the end of Feb I got a letter that said I was behind on my monthly premium. I called them up and said "no, you just need to cash the checks I sent in". They asked me to call them back in 10 days to be sure that they posted my checks and cleared me. I did just that. I was told it was all good.
I even called back one more time mid March as I had not received any paper work stating they had cleared it all up. I did see that they finally cashed all my checks and I was up to date. They again assured me everything was fine.
I went to the pharmacy tonight with 2 pain scripts & was told that my insurance was dropped!!! :jawdrop:
Now my concerns is if I will have to reapply all over again or not. It took me 3 months & a bunch of Dr appt. and a TON of paper work to get this the 1st time.
If I do have to reapply I will be without my pain meds in the mean while. That thought scares me a LOT! Life as I have come to know it and appreciate it will change backwards for me - just things like dressing myself, cooking and working part time :SS
I am calling them tomorrow morning.... praying they won't make me do everything all over again....... sigh
Just needed to vent
L1 - S2 "gone" useless in 1 way or another. DDD. RA. Bone Spurs. Tons of nerve damage/issues. Stenosis. Both knees replaced. 50 yrs old. I had a great fall (hence my user name) at age 41 and it has been a domino effect every since.