As it becomes more-and-more apparent that this new, post-Covid 19 world, isn’t going away anytime soon, as an insurance broker one of the main things my clients are asking is: how do I pick the best Medicare plan for me? Luckily, as their current agent, they already know what I’m all about and they can trust my guidance and advice. If you don’t have an agent and are getting all kinds of mail or don’t trust the ads on TV, know that my advice is free and I go the extra mile for all my clients when they need me.
What if you’re new to Medicare either by age or soon-to-be-retired, so you’re unsure where to start or what to do. Selfishly I’m going to encourage you to reach out to me, Mr. Nice Guy Medicare Advisor, aka Randy W. Hall and tell me your situation. I’m willing to meet you one-on-one (wearing a mask of course), as I’ve always done. However, with seniors being the most vulnerable to the coronavirus, I definitely understand that may be a scary thought. So if you’re wanting to give me a call (615-578-5174) or would like to meet through Zoom or FaceTime, I’m more than happy to assist you with your Medicare options however you feel comfortable or prefer.
My dedication to keeping up on Medicare changes, offering all the major companies and offer an education-based approach to you and have over a decade of experience. My goal is to help you find the best plan for you, always. I also refuse to use pressure in the sales process (I hate high-pressure sales tactics) and am willing to explain things in the easiest way for you to understand.
Just know that if you’re unsure of how to look for Medicare insurance this year, look no further and give me a call. I’ll treat you to a professional, personal and easy-to-understand presentation. That way you can throw out all the junk mail you’ll be getting and not have to talk to someone in another country or different state and deal with someone you can trust. I’m A+ rated on the Better Business Bureau and have hundreds of happy clients already. This new world we find ourselves in now is confusing and hard-to-navigate enough. Let the Nice Guy make sure you get your Medicare Insurance right!