Health insurance companies would likely do a whole lot better when it comes to customer relations if they’d just take the time to point out to their customers what they “are” getting in their health insurance contract – and – what they are “not” getting. It only makes sense to find out what you are not covered for so you can make the decision to either get a different policy or up your coverage.
Never take the policy at face value and “assume” anything. Unless you know for sure what it says, you may find out later that your interpretation wasn’t the right one and the health insurance company that sold you the policy will shrug its shoulders and say: “We told you to read the policy.” They may just have a valid point. After all, would you go to a restaurant and not read the menu but expect to get what you wanted?
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