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Suzanne is here to answer all your insurance questions. Whether they are frequently asked or personalized to suit your unique lifestyle, she’s here to provide the answers you need.

Health insurance agrees to help share the cost of your services. It helps protect you financially so that you don’t have to pay 100% of the cost for care.

The amount you have to pay before the insurance company will start to pay. 

A premium is a regular payment made to an insurance company in exchange for coverage for a set period of time. Premiums are usually paid monthly, quarterly, or yearly by you and/or your employer.

You can buy a vision plan anytime during the year. It’s great because you don’t have to wait for open enrollment!

Depending on the school, they might have a plan available if they aren’t on your health insurance.

Everyone’s needs are unique, of course. As an experienced HealthMarkets licensed insurance agent, I can help you narrow your options and determine what type of life policy would most fit your needs.

When you get injured out on the pickle ball court, or your child gets hurt playing soccer, your health insurance pays the doctors, hospitals and urgent care facilities. The accident supplement policy pays YOU when something happens. It fills in the gaps that health insurance doesn’t pay for - mortgage payments, car payments, hiring a dog walker while you recover from a sprained ankle for example.

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