How It Works
Medicare Gap Insurance can be confusing, complicated and tiresome. We make it easier to choose the right plan with step-by-step guidance throughout the process.
- We sit down with and assess your needs.
- We educate you on which plan works best for you.
- We help you throughout the enrollment process.
- We receive compensation from the insurance carrier when you enroll.
We do not offer every plan available in your area. Any information we provide is limited to those plans we do offer in your area. Please contact Medicare.gov or 1–800–MEDICARE [(TTY users should call 1-877-486-2048), 24 hours a day/7 days a week] to get information on all of your options.
Schedule a Free Consultation
Not sure where to begin? Our team of experts are prepped and ready to help you start the process. With a consultation, you speak with a real person who cares about delivering the best insurance plan to fit your needs. No hassle, just straightforward recommendations. Get Started
Request a Free Quote
The big question, how much will it cost? Utilize our free quote estimator if you’re interested in changing insurance plans. We need minimal information to get you connect you to your customized insurance rate. Get a Quote
Whoopee! Thanks, David, for helping us get through this process. I know we would never have made our way to this end without you. When we get an adjustment from the hospital we will let you know. Thanks again.
I met with two other agents before Medicare Gap Insurance. I learned more with David than the other two combined. I feel confident in my new plan. Thanks for making it easy!
David, I just wanted to call you and let you know that I just picked up my first set of prescriptions and I am so0 Happy because I paid $40 for something I would normally have paid $350 – 400 for. I just want you to know I appreciate everything you’ve done to help me pick out the best plan for me. I am thrilled! This is my birthday today and it’s the best birthday present I could ask for. Thanks!
Thanks again for all the assistance. Will see you in a couple months when it’s Marsha’s turn. Take care.