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"Double recovery" type situation with pet insurances and dog boarder's business insurance

Yes, it’s double recovery: what’s legal depends on your policy It’s almost certain that your insurer has a subrogation clause which legally entitles them to ‘stand in your shoes’. If so, any recovery ...
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Has, or could, a state or city become a group insurer under federal law?

Analogous programs This is essentially how the the insurance policies offered on Obamacare (a.k.a. the Affordable Care Act) insurance exchanges for people seeking non-employer plans work. In Colorado, ...
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Has, or could, a state or city become a group insurer under federal law?

It is legal. Vermont tried it. They ended up abandoning the project because it would have required a tremendous tax increase.
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Insurance company said no money was owed and now they have changed their mind

Can they change their mind like that? Surely it is their issue and not my friends? They can change their mind however they like. However, your friend only has to pay what he has to pay as per the ...
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