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Your Health, Your Choice: How to Shop Smart for Individual or Family Health Insurance

Updated: Jun 25


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There are various ways to obtain health insurance coverage. Many people are familiar with group insurance plans available through an employer or government-sponsored plans. However, not everyone is eligible for coverage through these channels.


What Options Are Available?

For those who cannot obtain a group health plan through an employer or do not qualify for a government-sponsored health plan, purchasing an individual or family health insurance plan is a viable option. Private insurance companies offer various types of health plans, which can be purchased independently or with the help of a licensed agent/broker.


How to Find the Best Plan for Your Needs

When looking to purchase a health insurance plan, one effective option is through independent insurance agents. These agents are not tied to any specific insurance company, giving them the flexibility to offer a wide range of options from different insurance carriers. Independent agents work directly with you to assess your needs and budget, providing personalized recommendations and helping you navigate the complexities of health insurance plans. They can explain various coverage options, compare prices, and assist in choosing a plan that best suits your individual or family requirements.


Moreover, independent agents often have in-depth knowledge of the local insurance market, enabling them to find competitive rates and valuable discounts. This personalized approach and expertise make independent agents a valuable resource for individuals and families seeking to purchase health insurance plans.


Additional Types of Coverage

Having coverage for additional scenarios is important, no matter what type of health insurance plan you have. Insurance plans typically have limits on how much they will pay out for events such as accidents, hospitalizations, cancer treatment, or sudden death. Health insurance also does not cover dental work or vision care. To ensure well-rounded coverage, you should discuss additional plans such as critical illness coverage, accident protection, life insurance, dental insurance, and vision insurance with a licensed agent/broker.


We’re Here to Help You

If you are seeking individual or family health insurance, it’s important to explore all the options available to you. Our team at LEB Insurance Group can assist you with this process and help you obtain coverage that is ideal for your unique situation. Contact us to get started!

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