Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act

I am a U.S. Citizen. Am I eligible for your Global Medical Insurance (GMI) plan? You are eligible for our Global Medical insurance plan if you reside outside of the U.S. or have a good faith intent to reside outside of the U.S. for six months or more in a…

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Why Do you need International Insurance

Snorkeling the Great Barrier Reef.  Broken ankle.  Boutique shopping in Paris.  Appendicitis.  Mission work in Ghana.  Malaria.  Teaching English to Chinese students.  Food poisoning.  Developing new business in Saudi Arabia.  Auto accident.  Traveling or living abroad can be an exciting experience.  But anything can happen.  So you can get the most…

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INSURANCE SOLUTIONS FOR PROFESSIONAL ATHLETES & ENTERTAINERS

  INSURANCE SOLUTIONS FOR PROFESSIONAL ATHLETES & ENTERTAINERS The client consultants in the Professional Athletes and Entertainers division work closely with sports agents, lawyers, financial advisors, accountants and business managers to ensure your clients have the proper insurance protection for their unique exposures due to their profiles and professions. We…

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High-Coverage Injury Insurance For Professional Athletes

High-Coverage Injury Insurance For Professional Athletes Professional athletes live a very intense, rigorous, but also glamorous lifestyle and let’s face it, talking and worrying about having the proper insurance coverage might be a bit intense, but it is far from glamorous. This is why it is so important to have…

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Athletes

  Your client is high up on the stat board, draft board, or leader board. Strenuous demands on their body requires unique insurance coverage to protect their affluent lifestyle. Exceptional Risk Advisors provides coverage to professional and top college athletes to protect potential future earnings or non guaranteed contracts. Key…

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Student-Athlete Insurance Programs

Student-Athlete Insurance Programs   Catastrophic Insurance Program The NCAA sponsors a Catastrophic Injury Insurance Program which covers the student-athlete who is catastrophically injured while participating in a covered intercollegiate athletic activity. The policy has a $90,000 deductible and provides benefits in excess of any other valid and collectible insurance. 2014-16…

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Athlete Disability Insurance Plans

  Athlete Disability Insurance Plans Athletes’ careers expose them to countless possible injuries. Additionally, the physical qualifications he or she must maintain are incredibly demanding. Athletes consistently risk injuring themselves and, sadly, even a minor disability can be career-ending for a college or professional athlete. Because the risk is so…

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Auto Insurance & Car Insurance Quotes—Allstate

Auto Insurance & Car Insurance Quotes—Allstate https://www.allstate.com/auto–insurance.aspx Allstate Customized car insurance coverage options, discounts galore and amazing features. Get a free online quote and speak to a dedicated Allstate agent Auto Insurance – Progressive https://www.progressive.com/auto/ Progressive Corporation Get a quote, shop for auto insurance, compare rates, get coverage details, and…

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Medicare.gov: the Official U.S. Government Site for Medicare

Medicare.gov: the Official U.S. Government Site for Medicare Medicare.gov is the official website for the U.S. government’s Medicare program. Medicare.gov provides official benefit information regarding Medicare, including different coverage options, costs, preventative services, and tools for Medicare beneficiaries. The website is managed by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services…

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Medicare Special Enrollment Period

Medicare Special Enrollment Period There are cases where an individual may enroll in Medicare due to extenuating circumstances. This is known as the Medicare Special Enrollment Period (SEP). If you qualify for the Medicare Special Enrollment Period, you can enroll in Medicare outside of your Initial Enrollment Period (IEP) and…

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