Short-term insurance (WAS question about contracting w/o agencies)

Subject: Short-term insurance (WAS question about contracting w/o agencies)
From: AmyD -at- osas -dot- com
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Tue, 4 Jun 2002 7:50:4

Sorry about the late reply - I'm on digest and get behind quickly, but I
thought this was important enough to share with everyone. Anon asked about
finding insurance as s/he's contemplating taking a six month contract which
may turn permanent. If it's just short-term health insurance you're looking
for, American Family offers an inexpensive short-term insurance option that
may fit the bill. The longest term they offer is six months and it's
non-renewable, but it's made for people who need short-term health
insurance for whatever reason.

For more details, check it out at There's some details
there, but you may need to locate and contact an AmFam agent for more
information. I purchased this insurance myself last January when we were
relocating, and it's really affordable - much better than COBRA! However,
we never had need to see a doctor in that time, so I can't comment on the
services they offer. However, it is a good option for short-term insurance
if you need it.

Amy Dohlman
amyd -at- osas -dot- com

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