Patriot Insurance: How To Help Make Your Winter Travels Fun, Guaranteed!

Posted on November 14th, 2019 By Michael Suhany

Winters in Kosciusko County reveal two types of people: Those who love the cold, and those who absolutely dread it. As a matter of fact, according to last year’s national statistics, nearly 40% of Americans traveled to Mexico simply to get out of the cold! While insuring your international trip itself is important, it’s just as important–if not more so–to insure yourself and whomever else you’re traveling with through health insurance known as Patriot Travel Insurance.


A Gift That Travels With You: Travel Insurance

Posted on November 6th, 2019 By Michael Suhany

It’s no surprise that travel during the winter season is a popular choice among fellow Americans. Whether that means leaving the predicted, abnormally-low temperatures of this coming year’s chilly season, a Carnival Cruise to the Caribbean, or simply a long road trip to see Grandma, traveling through the winter months has many challenges.


Should I Get Dental Insurance?

Posted on October 28th, 2019 By Michael Suhany

The thought of having to go to the dentist may be quite a terrifying mental journey that you take once and realize the actual trip would be too exhausting and stressful. And you always hear about those horror stories of people needing emergency root canals during a visit and the inability to communicate with words is lost for a day or so during recovery…from the procedure and the bill. So you forgo the entire process completely. “Is it really worth it to get dental insurance, then?” you may ask.


Why Do I Need Insurance In 2020?

Posted on October 21st, 2019 By Michael Suhany

The induction of Obamacare in 2010 left every American adult feeling the pressure of keeping their health insurance plans active and verifiable.

The purpose of Obamacare was a great idea for two reasons:
– Health coverage
– Avoiding a tax penalty


Why Should I Care About Open Enrollment 2020?

Posted on September 28th, 2019 By Michael Suhany

If Medicare Open Enrollment season seems overwhelming to you, you’re not alone. It’s no secret that Americans all over the country would rather let their benefits from the previous year roll over into this coming year. However, it may be wise to push past the frustrations and boredom during Medicare Open Enrollment 2019, and reevaluate what Medicare coverage is right for you.


Pre-existing Conditions

Posted on September 18th, 2019 By Michael Suhany

Open enrollment is not that far away, and you may be finding yourself in a transition in your life that will require you to enroll in a new health plan soon. Or maybe you are turning 26 and unenrolling from your parent’s insurance, moving to a different company with a different insurance plan, or retiring soon and just getting off a previous group insurance policy. Whatever the case may be, I want to make sure you’re not concerned about whether or not you’ll have to pay higher premiums or be denied coverage for certain things for your next health insurance plan purely based off you or your loved one’s recurring health needs and treatments.