Vero Beach, FL asked in Health Care Law for Florida

Q: Two policies with same insurance company. One under my mother and the other under my step mother. Any issues with this?

I currently have two policies with same health insurance company. I am under my mother as a dependent for an Aetna health insurance policy and also under my stepmother as a dependent for a separate Aetna health insurance policy. Any issues with this? I was told by an insurance rep that they see this regularly but it did not answer my question as to whether or not there were any legal issues with this scenario. Any feedback would be greatly appreciated. Clearly I am new to the health insurance bit so I apologize for the ignorance.

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Alex McClure
Alex McClure
  • Lake Mary, FL
  • Licensed in Florida

A: Its unclear what you are asking.

"one under my mother" and "one under my step mother" isnt an industry term. What do you mean by a policy under someone? What type of insurance, for what?

What specifically do you think the potential problem is?

It would help if you re phrase and re post your question.

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