Yes, some medical gap insurance plans have a lifetime maximum limit on the benefits they will pay for eligible expenses. The lifetime maximum limit amount for your policy is determined by the plan you choose.
If your policy has a lifetime benefits limit, once the policy has paid its maximum amount of benefits, the policy will terminate. If your policy has an annual limit, once you’ve reached your benefits limit for the policy term, you won’t have access to benefits until it’s time to renew your policy. Remember, you could have a limitation on coverage for pre-existing conditions with new or renewed policies.