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If your state is one of the states that has a 'high risk' insurance pool, you should check the qualifications, prices and coverage for that. If your state doesn't have that type of coverage, you should investigate if there are any other type of requirement that an insurance company offer you coverage as an individual. If not, you need to be concerned that you won't be able to get coverage at all.
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