Criminal Activity

Health insurance policies will typically exclude coverage for any injuries or treatment related to criminal, illegal, or unlawful acts. This means that if you sustain injuries while participating in criminal activities, your insurance policy will not cover the costs of your treatment. This exclusion is in place to discourage dangerous and illegal behavior, and to protect the insurance company from potentially fraudulent claims.

This type of exclusion is common in health insurance policies as it protects the insurance company from covering expenses that may be incurred as a result of illegal activity. Engaging in criminal or illegal acts can lead to injuries and illnesses, and it is not considered a risk that insurance companies are willing to take on.