Can I use someone else’s health insurance?

January 28, 2016

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The answer is a big, ol’, fat NO, you can’t use someone else’s health insurance.

Each health insurance plan is connected to an individual person and their social security number. It is illegal to use someone else’s insurance plan and the government and insurance carriers take it seriously.

Even if you are on group insurance through work or have a family insurance plan, you’re still using your own individual plan when you go the doctor, specialist or hospital.

If we haven’t made ourselves clear enough yet: DON’T USE SOMEONE ELSE’S INSURANCE.