Richardson Medicare Insurance
Ashford Insurance is an insurance agency serving North and Central Texas specializing in Medicare health plans. There are way too many prescription drug plans, Medicare Advantage Plans, and Medicare supplement plans and carriers to sort through. We help you sift through this maze of information to find a plan that will provide the benefits you need. If you have questions about Medicare, call Ashford Insurance at 817-952-3153.
Attend one of our local North Texas Medicare Workshops:
Ashford Insurance offers UnitedHealthcare® Medicare Solutions Medicare Advantage Plans. You can get your Richardson Texas Medicare benefits through Original Medicare, or you can choose a Medicare Advantage Plan. With Original Medicare, the government pays for your Medicare benefits when you get them.
Ashford Insurance offers Richardson Texas Medicare Supplement Insurance Plans also called Medigap or Medsup. Medicare Supplements are standardized by the Federal Government. They are labeled A, B, C, D, F, G, K, L, M and N. Each standardized Medigap policy must offer the same basic benefits no matter which insurance company sells it.
Ashford Insurance offers Medicare Advantage Chronic Plans (Part C of Medicare) from UnitedHealthcare® Medicare Solutions for Medicare Eligibles with certain chronic conditions.
Ashford Insurance offers Texas Part D Prescription Drug Plans. Part D Plans are coverage for retail prescription drugs, or the medications that you pick up at a pharmacy. This is a voluntary program which allows you to access medications at an affordable rate, and insures yourself against any prescriptions you may need future.
Funeral Expense Insurance is just that, an insurance policy that pays the costs associated with your funeral. The costs of a modest funeral can vary upwards from $5,000 and average around$10,000. There are several different forms of these policies available to assist you with planning for your end of life costs.
Short-term health insurance plans are designed to temporally fill coverage gaps for people in transition. These gaps in coverage could happen to recent college graduates, people between jobs or early retirees.