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If your daughter is now 18, she is considered an adult and liable for her own bills. Even though she is on your health insurance plan, this does not make you responsible for paying her healthcare bills unless you have signed with the doctors or hospitals agreeing to be liable as a guarantor of those bills. Just because it is your insurance does not make you liable for paying her bills as an adult if you have not signed agreeing to be liable.
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