Prepare – Protect – Preserve

Medicare SupplementMedicare Supplement Insurance, also called Medigap is private insurance that fills the gaps in your Medicare Part A and Part B coverage.

To help pay the costs that Parts A and B don’t cover, many people purchase Medicare supplement policies, or “Medigap” policies. Compare Part A & B

Medigap policies aren’t a government benefit, like Parts A and B. They are insurance policies sold by private companies. Whether you buy a policy is up to you.

All Medigap policies provide an additional 365 days of hospital care during your lifetime, beyond your Medicare lifetime reserve

Request a quote and you'll get this free brochure.

NAIC's "Choosing a Medigap Policy"
What is a Medigap (Medicare Supplement Insurance) policy
What Medigap policies cover
Your rights to buy a Medigap policy
How to buy a Medigap policy
Choosing Your Medicare


Medigap & LTC Insurance Information

Medigap 101

Chances are there's a plan for you, no matter what your situation:

* You're just now eligible for Medicare, due to age or disability, and making your first plan decision
* You're reconsidering your current coverage
* You have some retiree coverage and need a Medicare prescription drug or medical plan to round out your coverage
* You're on Medicaid and eligible for Medicare


Long Term Care Insurance

According to the US Dept of Health, 70% of Americans will need some long term care.

Long term care is the largest unsecured risk facing Americans today.

Health insurance and Medicare will not pay for most long term care. Wouldn't you want home care?

You can wait but it won't be any cheaper and you may not be any healthier than you are today.


Free Medigap Quote

Elder Law:
National Elder Law Foundation
Elder Law resources and information
National Association of Elder Law Attorneys
American Bar Association Commission on Law and Aging

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