Coordination of Benefits (COB)

It’s not unusual that you might have two different insurance plans that cover similar benefits. For example, both your health insurance and your automobile insurance could cover injury sustained in an accident. Coordination of benefits ensures that the primary insurance (probably your health insurance) pays first and that the secondary insurance only pays if needed to cover costs not covered by the primary.

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