How to Know Which Insurance Companies You Need to Know About
What is an insurance knowledge study?
A home insurance knowledge survey is a quick and easy way to determine which insurance companies are reputable, trustworthy, and reliable.
The questions in this survey include:How would you rate the quality of a company’s policies?
Do you have a history of experiencing issues with a particular policy?
How do you think the company handles disputes?
Which policies do you have issues with?
How much do you spend on a policy?
How much does it cost?
What is your overall experience with the policies you purchased?
How long have you been with a company?
Are you aware of their complaints?
Do you have questions about the company’s coverage?
Are there any policies you would like to compare?
How does the company handle disputes?
Are they fair to the customer?
What are some of the problems the company faces?
If you are a homeowner, how much money does your family have to pay?
If a business is owned by a family member or friend, how would you feel about the owner being able to cut corners?
If it is a corporation, what are your major concerns?
How can I contact a reputable insurance company?
When you fill out this survey, we will send you an email to provide you with a contact information.
The email address you provide will not be shared with anyone else.
Once you complete the survey, you can then call our toll free number and ask for the contact information of the company.
The number we use to contact you is: 1-877-882-2222.
The insurance company will be able to help you with any questions you may have.
You can also call the insurance company directly and they will give you the contact info for that company.
This is important, because you may need to call them back.
Once the insurance questions have been answered, you will be asked to answer a series of questions to verify your insurance knowledge.
When you have answered all the questions, we’ll send you a list of questions you can ask the insurance companies to verify if they have policies that cover you.
The list is:How does an insurance company treat the elderly?
What does the name of the policy say?
Is the policy covered by Medicare or Medicaid?
What do the letters in the name mean?
What kind of health insurance do you currently have?
What type of medical insurance do they have?
How is the company managing your insurance claims?
How has the insurance policy changed?
Does the company have policies for people with certain conditions?
How well is the insurance plan being managed?
Do the company offer benefits?
How long does it last?
How often do you see the company?
What happens if you decide to stop paying your insurance?
If an insurance policy is no longer available, do you know the status of the plan?
Are the policies available on a monthly or yearly basis?
What other insurance companies do you trust?
How many people are covered by the company that is offering the policy?
Do they offer health benefits?
How are the policies administered?
What types of coverage are offered?
How would an insurance provider determine the value of an insurance coverage?
If the insurance provider has not offered a policy for a period of time, is there a way to make changes to the policy to increase the value?
Are any policies considered a premium policy?
What if the insurance is not good?
Does your insurance policy include any lifetime limits?
If your insurance company does not offer any lifetime caps, what kind of policies are available?
What are the limitations on your coverage?
What will happen if you lose coverage?
If you lose your home insurance, do any of the following apply to you?
Will the policy be cancelled?
How will the policy affect your credit score?
How may you seek financial help if your home or auto insurance coverage is terminated?
If I lose insurance coverage, what will happen to my home or automobile insurance?
Can you cancel your insurance coverage at any time?
Do I need to apply for a policy renewal?
What can I do if I am unable to pay my insurance premiums?
Can I apply for an extension of coverage?
Do my insurance companies offer lifetime limits on coverage?
Do they offer any health benefits that may not be available to me?
If insurance coverage was terminated, what happens to my policy?
Does my insurance company offer any benefits that were not included in my policy at the time of the termination?
If my insurance was terminated at least three years ago, what can I expect?
Is there any money to be made from the termination of the insurance?
How far will the insurance be extended?
Will it affect my credit score, how can I get it?
If all of the above questions are answered correctly, the company will send us a list with a list price and a description of the policies that will be available.
The company will also provide you a contact info.
Once your list is filled out, you should contact the company directly to inquire about a policy you may be interested in.
The list price is listed in the following format: