Avoid conflicts in your health insurance plan

by Jon Henshaw

Colin Burch in the Sun Herald reports:

By taking the time to look at a few specific things at the start of a policy, consumers can save themselves future shocks, she said. There is help for those who have a dispute after their policy is finalized.

Exclusions will be spelled out explicitly in your policy, Wuzzardo said. That will give you the chance to arrange a rider - an addition to your policy - for special needs. Insurance companies will have different prices for riders.

Most companies give a minimum 10-day “free-look” period during which you can study your policy and make sure you’re getting everything you want.

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