Get The Insurance Policy That Best Fits Your Situation


Whether you’re self employed or work for a company things can get scary when health issues arise if you aren’t properly insured. With medical costs having skyrocketed over the years, and health insurance coverage having decreased in response, it’s no wonder that people panic when illness and emergencies arise.

As a result, careful planning and preparing ahead of time are needed to help make life more affordable and manageable during illness and emergencies. Here are the top problems that you may face when looking for the right health insurance for your family.Don’t worry, insurance policies exist for just about anything, so there’s one out there for you.  Insurance companies even sell massage therapist insurance!

Make some phone calls and get information packets sent to you. Don’t accept email packages, because you’ll want hard copies to hold in your hand and refer to – often. And you shouldn’t need to open your wallet and shell out money just to download the content and print it on your own printer. Insurance make more than enough money to afford their own marketing materials, otherwise you don’t need them on your families’ team.

When an agent is hooked up with you, make sure you can communicate OK. Some have zero product knowledge and may be too new to know much. Pass these agents up if you like and ask for more experienced and knowledgeable people. Nothing against newbies, but this is serious financial information for your family and you want it handled appropriately. Newbies can sit in on discussions but you want a qualified, experienced, knowledgeable agent there as well to discuss all available products.

Always investigate each company you are considering. The top of this list should be their rating and how accessible they are when you might need them. First check with the Better Business Bureau at BBB.org to make sure there are not excessive complaints with the company. And since this is insurance, check with your state’s Department of Insurance. They have a regulatory system in place to monitor insurance activities and complaints.

Make sure that you get in touch with your top insurance companies choices before you commit to them. The better insurance companies will have someone that actually answers the phone and doesn’t send you into an caller automation system. Plus see if you are sent all over to report a claim or discuss one. In short, make sure they have customer service – and that it works.

Then discuss product details. Make sure to talk about pre-existing conditions, so you’ll know what isn’t approved. See if there are add-ons like dental or eye wear options.Check out the co-pay options and their limits so you’ll know your out of pocket expenses.

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