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Discussion: Health Insurance......
|Oct. 22, 2007|
Does anyone have any good suggestons and directions as to where to go for individual health insurance ? I am loosing my COBRA coverage next month. IT seems that Insurance companies would much prefer to insure "Couch Potatoes" than senior athletes who strive to stay fit.. Any assistance would be gratefully appreciated....
|Oct. 23, 2007|
|Hey Cat...you might try United Health Care (UHC). I have had them for several years now and it's a good company and pretty darn affordable. Good Luck|
|Oct. 23, 2007|
|Thanks Southpaw 55. I have tried them, but due to my athletic injuries, especially from softball, they find me pretty much uninsurable. When we were in Vegas two years ago for the SSUSA Worlds, our team had to play 15 game in four days, and that took a toll on my back which now most companies do not want to insure me. But thanks for taking the time to offer me some good info.....|
|March 31, 2009|
|Hi, I am a wife of a player and might be able to help you as I am a licensed insurance agent. If you want to email me we can talk about the details, pre-existing conditions, etc. You have options as you currently have insurance. My email address is (email@example.com)|
In addition to health insurance, I would highly recommend ball players purchase an accident plan which is very affordable. $18 for individual and $36 for two parent family a month.
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