This week my focus is on insurance. Weird, I know, but I hope you will understand my need for this coverage. (pun intended)
Reassurance Getting Insurance
Health insurance is a necessary evil.
Dealing with insurance companies is comparable to wrestling a medically-mutated King Kong, who is empowered with financial cryptonite.
Unfortunately that King Kong power is angered by government regulation and Jokers wielding lawsuits from every direction. (Can you picture it?)
As I wrote earlier, health insurance is a necessary evil.
Last year I had to seek out a private health insurance plan for my family. We had to have some sort of coverage to protect us in case of medical emergency. The Online Market Place offered limited answers and even more limits to actual human contact. I was too scared to commit to anything the digital deities that heathcare.org provided me.
I contacted our regular insurance agent Dennis. He set up a time to meet with me and helped answer my questions and did some deeper investigating into what the best health care plan was for my family. His help with finding our insurance coverage was very assuring.
When it came time to submit the application for our chosen plan online, I could not get it to go through or show the correct information for my children. Their dates and genders would not stay corrected in the information screen. I just knew that if one date or one gender was wrong on that application, we would be up a creek of medical sewage. Continue reading “Reassurance Getting Insurance”