Insurance Frequently Asked Questions

Your questions, answered

We’ve collected some of the most frequently asked questions about our insurance products and services, and grouped them by topic to make it easier for you to access the information you need to make informed financial decisions.

 

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GENERAL QUESTIONS

  • Can I make changes to my Medicare Supplement Insurance coverage?

    You can drop your policy and apply for another Medicare Supplement Insurance Plan at any time. However, after your Medigap Open Enrollment Period ends, insurers can refuse coverage or charge you a higher premium based on your health and/or make you wait to get coverage for an existing illness.

 

AUTO / OTHER VEHICLES

  • Can I make changes to my Medicare Supplement Insurance coverage?

    You can drop your policy and apply for another Medicare Supplement Insurance Plan at any time. However, after your Medigap Open Enrollment Period ends, insurers can refuse coverage or charge you a higher premium based on your health and/or make you wait to get coverage for an existing illness.

 

HOMEOWNERS

  • Can I make changes to my Medicare Supplement Insurance coverage?

    You can drop your policy and apply for another Medicare Supplement Insurance Plan at any time. However, after your Medigap Open Enrollment Period ends, insurers can refuse coverage or charge you a higher premium based on your health and/or make you wait to get coverage for an existing illness.

 

MEDICARE SUPPLEMENT

  • Can I make changes to my Medicare Supplement Insurance coverage?

    You can drop your policy and apply for another Medicare Supplement Insurance Plan at any time. However, after your Medigap Open Enrollment Period ends, insurers can refuse coverage or charge you a higher premium based on your health and/or make you wait to get coverage for an existing illness.

 

COMMERCIAL / BUSINESS

  • Can I make changes to my Medicare Supplement Insurance coverage?

    You can drop your policy and apply for another Medicare Supplement Insurance Plan at any time. However, after your Medigap Open Enrollment Period ends, insurers can refuse coverage or charge you a higher premium based on your health and/or make you wait to get coverage for an existing illness.