N.J.S.A 17:48E-30 Group coverage for child with intellectual disability, physical handicap.

17:48E-30 Group coverage for child with intellectual disability, physical handicap.

30. Coverage of an unmarried child, covered prior to attainment of age 19 by a group contract under which coverage terminates at a specified age, who is incapable of self-sustaining employment by reason of intellectual disability or physical handicap and who became so incapable prior to attainment of age 19 and who is chiefly dependent upon the covered employee or member for support and maintenance, shall not terminate while the coverage of the employee or member remains in force and the dependent remains in that condition, if the employee or member has within 31 days of the dependent’s attainment of the termination age submitted proof of the dependent’s incapacity as described herein. The provisions of this section shall not apply retrospectively or prospectively to require a health service corporation to insure as a covered dependent any child with an intellectual disability or physical handicap of the applicant where the contract is underwritten on evidence of insurability based on health factors required to be set forth in the application. Any contract heretofore or hereafter issued may, however, specifically exclude a child with an intellectual disability or physical handicap from coverage.

L.1985, c.236, s.30; amended 2010, c.50, s.8.

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