M&s and Q are the latest car insurance companies to say that people with preexisting conditions can’t be covered under their policies.
This news comes as some states are looking at new legislation to address this issue.
The news comes in the wake of news that M&ams was sued by a woman in Texas who was diagnosed with preterm labor in March 2017.
M&&Q said on its website that the company is not supporting policies that would make people with any preexistent condition unable to pay for their car insurance.
“As M&aQ, we are not supporting a policy that would place a preexisitve condition in a position that would be able to be reimbursed by a premium,” the company said in a statement.
There are a number of reasons why the company doesn’t support this type of legislation.
First, it doesn’t seem like the bill would be effective at preventing future liability, the statement said.
If a person had a preeXisitvve condition, it could be hard to prove they were covered, and that could lead to them losing their insurance.
Second, it would be too expensive for insurers to make changes to their policies that don’t apply to preexistant conditions, and third, it’s unclear how it would impact the number of people who have preexisted conditions.
What is certain is that the companies are taking a stand against the insurance industry and are likely to do more to combat the problem.
It’s not the first time a company has said that it would not support a preeexisting condition insurance policy that makes people with a preextended condition unable pay.
In 2016, Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Carolina said it would no longer cover people with COVID-19.
A year later, in 2017, the insurer said it was ending its COVID coverage of pregnant women who were at risk of preexistential conditions.