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Monthly Archives: July 2010

Sometimes a picture is better than a thousand words

Well, there are a few words in this Non Sequitor cartoon, but just a few! I never can quite understand how voters elect politicians who support legislation that favors big corporations over the little guy. Some folks continually vote against their own better interest. How some legislators propose legislation that is drafted by the insurance […]

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Florida leads again!

I am so excited to announce that Florida is still right at the top……..at the top of the list of states that have the most people without health insurance. Actually, we’re number 3, behind Texas and New Mexico. Here’s the link to the Washington Post article regarding the new U.S Census report: http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2010/07/27/AR2010072705835.html?wpisrc=nl_cuzhead What the […]

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A new report on insurance you may not need

Yesterday, the Consumer federation of America issued a report on various types of “add on” insurance. Here’s the link to this excellent report: http://admin.consumerfed.org/elements/www.consumerfed.org/File/Insurance_add-on_consumer_alert.pdf We’ve handled many cases over the years when claims were denied under these “add on” insurance companies, credit life and disability insurance, title insurance, travel insurance, bextended warranties, and others. Unfortunately, […]

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Health Insurers raise premiums but have huge reserves

The politicians who were against the recent Health Care Reform Act, and the health insurance industry, kept repeating the myth that most people are happy with their health insurance. Yeah right! Uh huh……… People are tickled when their claims aren’t paid, or the insurer pays a fraction of their bills. People are tickled when they […]

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Health Care Reform Patients Bill of Rights

Over the years, we’ve had many cases, where our client cared enough for themselves and their loved ones to purchase health insurance or an HMO plan, only to learn, when they need the benefits, that the insurance company of HMO has decided to rescind their insurance because they supposedly failed to disclose something in their […]

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