Posted 03 March 2012 - 10:22 PM
Jaykay, I little history about myself, I was a real estate broker for more than 20 years in Arizona and moved to Mexico in 08 to work for Mexico's largest homebuilder, didn't work out. Long story short I bought an expat plan the same year, 11 months later I was in an accident and in both 09 & 2010 I racked up more than $200,000 in medical bills and they were paid like clock work. Everytime I needed help with my medical bills, someone, not only answered the phone but help as well as take the time to explain things. Anyway's since God spared my life on August 16th 2009 and I wasn't paralyzed either on that day, I decided that i was going to make the second chance I was given and use it wisely. I went to work for the insurance company and the broker who helped me. I have helped numerous clients with the claims process. I also take the time UP FRONT to educate everyone of my clients how the insurance industry works and how to go about submitting claims. All of my clients know that my phone is on 24/7 and if I don't answer you get a return call within a few hours, as I might be flying. The primary company I represent is IMG/IMGE. I also ask my clients lots of questions before I recommend a plan. I believe my experience and dealing with the insurance company for over a year, due to on going surgeries and lots of physical therapy has given me an education that no other insurance person has. I'm very passionate about what I do! I hope this answers your concern about paying claims.
I sold my 195 4 years ago today is a matter of fact, it's now in a private museum in Arizona.