Most people think that getting Medicare Supplement Insurance or Medigap Insurance is complicated and it certainly can be when you don’t get the answers you need. That’s why it really pays to work with an expert advisor.
First, find out how a Medigap Plan differs from a Medicare Advantage Plan. One replaces Medicare coverage from the government with similar, and sometimes extra, coverage from a private insurance company. Compared to Medicare Advantage plans, Medigap plans have fewer restrictions regarding which doctors you can see. Medicare Advantage Plans, however, have the edge when it comes to cost with very low premiums.
Second, use our online rates to help you compare plans quickly and easily. You can run instant quotes here on our website so you can make side-by-side comparisons of the coverage available from A-rated insurance companies. Medicare Supplement Plan benefits are standardized, so all companies must comply by providing the same benefits for the same Medigap Plan, such as the popular Medigap Plan F.
Since the benefits are standardized, you can focus on finding the lowest premiums by looking at coverage from many companies. If you are having a hard time selecting which of the 10 different Medigap Plans fits your needs best, we have experts who can give you their professional opinion. Simply call our toll free number to arrange for a no-obligation consultation.
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