New Hotline to Get COBRA Medical Insurance Questions Answered
CobraHealthInsurance.org now offering a hotline from 9 a.m.-8 p.m. Monday-Friday to understand how COBRA insurance works, coverage benefits, costs and alternatives
DEERFIELD BEACH, Fla., May 4, 2020 (Newswire.com) - Millions of people are scrambling to find information about Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act (COBRA) insurance. This is happening due to the many people who are losing their jobs because of the pandemic forcing businesses to close around the nation. CobraHealthInsurance.org is now offering a new hotline to help people get all of their COBRA coverage questions answered, by calling 866-335-8859.
Not only can COBRA insurance coverage be costly, but it’s also confusing for many people. CobraHealthInsurance.org has extended it’s working hours and implemented a hotline to help answer all consumer questions, and help them navigate to the right insurance plan at the right price.
Those who lose their job who had health insurance through their employer may qualify for COBRA, which is a short-term plan. There are different factors that go into determining if one can take advantage of COBRA medical insurance, as well as factors that will help determine the rate people will pay. The COBRA insurance cost is generally 102% of what the employer was being charged for the plan, which includes a small administrative fee.
For many people, the COBRA coverage rate is more than they can afford. They are often better off considering alternative health insurance plans, which are more flexible and affordable. CobraHealthInsurance.org provides them with alternative options to consider that are cheaper and provide them with the coverage they need.
People need health insurance coverage when they are between jobs, but they also need to know what they are getting and be comfortable with what it will cost. This is another reason why CobraHealthInsurance.org has extended their hotline hours to help as many people as possible get the answers they need before signing up for an insurance plan.
COBRA is a short-term health insurance plan that is mandated by the federal government for any company that has at least 20 employees. The person who is between jobs will have the opportunity to retain the health insurance plan they had, but they will have to pay the full premium to do so, in addition to a small fee. CobraHealthInsurance.org can help them find affordable health insurance plans, even if they have missed open enrollment periods. After submitting their information, they will be contacted by CobraHealthInsurance.org within minutes.
CobraHealthInsurance.org, based in Deerfield Beach, Florida, helps consumers around the country to obtain information about COBRA health insurance. Those on the health insurance team are licensed and have decades of experience in the field. For more information, visit the site at: https://cobrahealthinsurance.org
Source: National Insurance Direct
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