How to get free hamilton and other auto insurance coverage from a cross insurance company
By Tim Stellum, reporterDecember 30, 2017 5:40amFlorida-based Cross Insurance is the company that offers coverage for Cross Insurance.
The company, which has about 10,000 members, has a $25,000 “reimbursement option” that gives coverage for drivers who don’t qualify for Medicare, but it has a policy that gives the company a $250,000 annual “bonus” if the driver is a spouse, minor children, or people with pre-existing conditions.
The incentive covers an additional $250 a month if the insurance company has to cover the medical bills of those who need the coverage.
In Florida, a driver’s spouse or minor children can apply for coverage for up to $10,000 a year for up the life of the policy, but in most states, spouses or minors cannot do that.
And it is not clear that the Cross insurance company is able to use the “bonuses” for the people who have pre-existing conditions.
This is a bit different than the way Medicare covers pre-employment and personal medical coverage.
In Medicare, anyone can receive benefits, and the person has to be at least 65 years old to apply.
But the benefits don’t last forever, and you can’t get Medicare if you’re in your 50s or 60s, for example.
The Cross insurance is more of a “one-time benefit,” and the incentive is to help people who are in their 50s and 60s.
It’s also not clear how the Cross Insurance company gets the incentive.
If a person who is older than 65 is driving and needs the $25k in benefits, would the insurer not just offer that person a $50,000 one-time payment?
If not, would they be required to pay a penalty for not doing so?
If you have any questions about Medicare, you can call the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services at 1-800-318-2342 or visit alexandria.sarkees.nbcnews.com.