Fortis cheap? Just hope you don't have a medical problem and have to keep them. My wife broke her foot so she is going to have to stay with Fortis a while before other company will insure her. It has been going uo $ 75.00 per month on her birthday and $ 75.00 per month on the policy renewal date. Now paying $ 402.00 per month for just her with $ 1000.00lynnheater71968 said:Don't know anything about the one you are talking about but Fortis Health is
great. It's strictly for short term (30-185 day) and the home office is in your
state. It's major medical and it cost me $135/mo. I got it through State
Farm here in Hot Springs, Arkansas. I'm sure you can call around and find
out where you can get it where you live. I didn't have to get a physical.
I don't know what you are considering "'very cheap". DH just lost his job last month. The insurance hadn't been paid by the company and was going to run out on the 9th of this month. That same day a meeting was held for the laid off workers to explain the different policies and a few options. We chose to take a wicked high deductible ($15,000/year) to pay the lowest rate (approx. $250/month) and protect our assets in case of catastrophic illness. The kids qualified for the state's free health insurance. So until we know what the future holds, that's what we did. There may be a better plan out there. I was thinking of checking into self employed group rates, because we may go that route in the future.scorpian5 said:Anyone use short term health insurance? I will be needing it very soon and have heard it is very affordable. After searching the net i have found Clarendon and the price is very cheap are there any catches to the cheap price?