Health insurance is an important part of protecting yourself and loved ones. The coronavirus crisis has made the coverage even more crucial. During the pandemic many people not only lost their jobs, but also lost their access to health insurance. The complex plans can be confusing, but there is support to find the perfect coverage.
Daniel Island resident Nicole Stewart of HealthMarkets can quickly help find plans to meet individuals and family insurance needs. Stewart has worked in the industry since 2017 helping clients navigate the ever-changing insurance landscape. Best of all, the licensed and trained insurance agent offers her services at no-charge to local residents. Stewart also serves clients across South Carolina and is currently licensed in eight states.
Stewart works hard to identify the unique insurance needs of every client and every budget. Her expertise includes health, life, small group, Medicare and supplemental insurance.
“Whether you have lost a job, moved or retired. I have the knowledge, and technology to quickly provide people with plan comparisons, pricing and carrier choices – all for free,” Stewart said.
Annually, Britney Wooley and her family meet with Stewart to make sure they are purchasing the right insurance for their particular needs.
“Each year she sits down with us and evaluates our current plan and explains other options to us as well,” Wooley said. “We truly appreciate her timeliness, patience, and ability to go above and beyond until we are satisfied with the plan that works best for us. I would highly recommend Nicole for exploring health insurance options.
She diligently took the time to understand my family’s needs and made adjustments accordingly.”
When Kathy Markham needed insurance she turned to Stewart to help her family find the best coverage available.
“Nicole made signing up for health insurance an easy process. She quickly determined our options and level of coverage we desired and showed us our choices. She filed all the paperwork and we got our cards. She is very knowledgeable and always available when we need her,” Markham said.
Stewart says not to worry if you missed the enrollment period for 2021 insurance; due to pandemic problems the time frame to get coverage has been extended. “Anyone who missed the enrollment period or wants to make a change can still get health insurance,” she said. “The enrollment period will run from Feb. 15 through May 15.”
Stewart has a unique style when it comes to providing health insurance.
“One thing that sets me apart is my holistic approach,” she said. “We like to look at health insurance .... find the gaps in those plans and make sure that your loved ones will be covered for whatever life might throw at them. I help my clients be prepared for the unexpected.”
For more information, go to healthmarkets.com/nstewart.