Seniors in Atlanta need security to protect themselves and their assets. Therefore, auto insurance, life insurance, travel insurance, long term care insurance, homeowners insurance, home health care insurance and/or health insurance should consider these insurance products. Agents and brokers in Atlanta work with seniors to identify the best insurance policies for their needs. Seniors in Atlanta are encouraged to find a trusted professional to carefully explain the insurance policy.



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Insurance is a promise of compensation for specific potential future losses in exchange for a periodic payment. Insurance is designed to protect the financial well-being of an individual, company or other entity in the case of unexpected loss.

There are many types of personal insurance: health insurance, home owners, auto insurance, life insurance, long term care insurance, and more. The options and premiums vary widely. Some companies give reduced rates for having multiple policies with one company.

There are 'agents' who represent one company providing several different "products", and there are 'brokers' who represent several different companies, each providing several different products.

Medicare policies alone have become more confusing than ever.

It is advisable to read the actual policy. If an agent or broker balks at this, do not go with this company. If he/she tells you to sign up now and that you'll have so many days to review the policy when the paperwork comes in the mail, do not go with this company.

If you read no other section, read the section that tells you what the policy does NOT cover, the "exclusions". This goes for any type of insurance your are purchasing.

If you feel uncomfortable for any reason, or do not thoroughly understand all the details, do NOT sign anything. Take the time to do your homework.

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