I hope this note finds you in great health and excellent spirits in these times of fire, hurricanes and madness. Are you finding ways to take care of yourself and family?
Even though my focus is Medicare Insurance and helping consumers shop for coverage, I am always looking for ways to help people save money and protect themselves from risk.
Speaking of fire and hurricanes, thanks to Rob, a pilot in Texas. He explained to me how to make certain you don’t get ripped off by your insurance company the next time something happens to your house or your property.
Click on the link and give it a listen.
Until my conversation with Rob, I had never even heard of a Public Adjuster. Their role can vary depending on the state you live in. And even though most Property and Casualty Insurance companies are honorable and easy to work with, some insurance companies will try to wear you down and underpay if they think that they can get away with it.
If it makes sense, a licensed Public Adjuster can be your advocate to make certain you and your family are made whole after a catastrophic event. Rob said that hiring one in Texas made the insurance company pay out thousands more. So read this article by clicking this link and learn how to protect yourself and your family.
The Medicare Annual Election Period is coming fast, October 1st. Your plan benefits for 2021 will be arriving then and you can read about what’s going to change. Interesting stuff is coming down the pike, so keep an eye out. We can make changes from October 15th to December 7th.
So tell your friends and family to call or book a time on my calendar below. Referrals are the lifeblood of my business so let me know who I can help.
And most important, send me pictures of your critters for the newsletter, that’s what I love.
Stay safe, do a good deed for a stranger, and let’s talk soon!
The Big 65 Medicare Insurance Services does not offer every plan available in your area. Any information we provide is limited to those plans we do offer in your area. Please contact Medicare.gov or 1-800-MEDICARE to get information on all your options.