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Business Listing   AABC Insurance - Arlington, TX - Phone: 1 (817) 274-2288


Business Listing   Elite Health Plans - Arlington, TX - Phone: 1 (817) 277-9000


Business Listing   MJ Health Advisors - Arlington, TX - Phone: 1 (817) 475-1687


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Helpful Definition for: Medical Insurance

Medical Insurance, in Arlington, is a type of insurance that covers medical expenses of the individual insured. The premiums of medical insurance can be paid monthly, quarterly or yearly, and benefits of the insurance can be availed as per the terms and conditions of the agreement between the company and the insured. The organizations providing medical insurance can be private agencies or government agencies. Medical insurance is a monetary coverage provided against certain illnesses, injuries from accidents, etc. Medical insurance can be considered as a contract between the insurer and the insured, for a certain period of time and the policy can be renewed on annual basis. The policy terms and conditions differ from country to country. This policy provides coverage for hospital stays, medicines, visits made to the doctors, etc. Medical insurance, in Arlington, is also often provided by employers of organizations to their employees. Individuals should always check the authenticity of the insurance company and the insurer, before purchasing any kind of medical policy. It is also expected from the insurer to honestly disclose all the terms and conditions of the policy to the individual buying the policy.

 

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