How to avoid loss AFTER an auto accident!

I hope this note finds you well, despite the madness of the times.

The snow may never stop here in Colorado and Ohio, but I’m hearing from clients in Virginia, the Carolinas, Texas and Florida that spring is a comin’ 😊.

So if you’ve got nice weather, send it our way.

This week, my neighbor Cesar was in a nasty fender bender.

He didn’t get hurt, but if my other neighbor Sally hadn’t passed this advice from Gary Allen Foster, Cesar would have been taken for ride.

Click on the picture  above to learn how to avoid being ripped off on an auto claim.

If you are involved in a car accident, you don’t have to use the insurance company list of preferred auto repair shops.

Be sure to seek out quotes from well rated independent auto shops.  That way, they’ll be working to please you, instead of the insurance company!

Hopefully all the Medicare ads trying to scare you are finally calming down.

I am always happy to review your Medicare insurance questions, but especially if…

  1. You’re newly eligible for Medicare.
  2. You recently move out of your county.
  3. You’re having Medicare billing problems.
  4. Your drugs are super expensive.
  5. Your doctor has stopped taking your Medicare insurance plan.
  6. Your Medicare Supplement Insurance premiums have gone way up.


If ANY of these apply, we need to talk now and you can click here to schedule a meeting.

If NONE of these apply, the normal time to review your coverage is October till the end of March.

So ignore the noise and go plant some flowers (preferably in my backyard 😉.)

Talk soon!

How to make things better

This week, I spoke with two different Medicare clients who were really having a hard time with isolation.

Check out this simple thing you can do to make life better::

It’s all about helping others and not being afraid to ask for help if you need it.

Figure out one thing you can do to make someone else happy:

Leave a bottle of wine on a neighbor’s door.

Reach out to a long lost friend (go through old pics and send them one of you two together).

Volunteer virtually.

Adopt a pet.

Here’s an article with ideas on how to get through these times of uncertainty.

Remember, when we help others, we are helping ourselves.

Stay safe and call me if you have Medicare Questions.

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 or 1-800-MEDICARE to get information on all your options.