Just wanted to let you know that I am one of your success stories. I purchased a Pocket CO monitor for use in my research. It came in handy one day when a new CO alarm in my home started to go off. Using the Pocket CO, I was able to determine that the CO alarm wasn’t faulty–we had CO in the house! We traced the source to a vent pipe that was never married to our hot water heater. I’m a big fan of your product which is inexpensive, portable, and very easy to use. It’s a great addition to home CO alarms, and I always take mine with me when I travel. Thanks!!
Most life and health insurance policies contain exclusions for overseas travel to high risk countries of conflict or active war zones. By combining up to four different products a need has now been created for insurance programs to provide high risk, high limit coverage that fills the gap of traditional insurance programs. These four plans can be quoted separately on either an individual or group basis. This allows one to pick and choose the best possible combinations to fit their needs while traveling abroad. They include accidental death and dismemberment, medical, kidnap/ransom and disability insurance protection. See our War Zone Life & Health brochure and then contact for further information. Our contact information is located at the bottom of the last page of the brochure and on this web site. Also a quick video overview of this plan can be viewed here!
Many people won’t qualify for a short-term policy, particularly if they have had a recent illness or are taking certain medications. Broker Sussman said she does not recommend short-term plans for older customers, or those with health conditions. Still, for some clients, particularly younger adults being pushed to have coverage or those who missed the open enrollment deadline for the ACA and just want something in place until the next enrollment period in the fall, “it’s better than going without and it’s a helluva lot cheaper” than other types of insurance, she said.