Yes, we certainly can! We'd be glad to offer you our no-cost personalized consultation to help you understand your options. We can then work together to get you the best coverage to which you're entitled, tailored for you and your situation.

People who are age 65 and older are typically eligible for Medicare. You may also qualify if you're under the age of 65 and have received disability benefits for two years, or if you have certain medical conditions. End-Stage Renal Disease (ESRD) or Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) are two prominent examples.

Medigap is a term commonly used instead of Medicare Supplement Insurance. A Medicare Supplement plan helps you cover costs that may not be otherwise covered by Medicare (or are only partially covered). We can help you understand all the options and figure out the optimum plan for you so that you get the best coverage.

Anyone who is covered under both Medicare parts A and B is eligible for Medigap (Medicare Supplement) Coverage.

Not necessarily. It is likely that you can continue to see your doctor. It may depend on a few factors, such as your physician accepting Medicare insurance. A huge majority of doctors accept Medicare, so there is a very good chance there will be no issues. We can help you in answering these questions as you plan.

In some cases, enrolling in Medicare after the age of 65 could create some issues. These are largely related to potential penalties, such as increased premiums. We can help you plan well in advance and take advantage of the best coverage.

No, Agency4RED does not charge you anything for our services. We are here to help you choose the best options and get your coverage started considering your needs and budget.

Medicare insurance is in fact available to certain individuals who may be well under the age of 65, but have a qualifying disability. Common stipulations for eligibility include the person having received at least 24 months of Social Security Disability benefits, and/or have specific conditions. Feel free to reach out to our agents for your no-cost personalized, confidential consultation - it will be our pleasure.

Yes, the medicare advantage plan costs can vary depending on the specific plan you choose. We typically have monthly premiums, co-pays, and deductibles. We help you understand the cost implications and find the best medicare advantage plan in Texas that fits your budget.

Long-term disability and medicare benefits are payments that you can receive if you have a medical condition that prevents you from working for a long time, such as:

  • Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI)
  • Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
  • Private disability insurance

Contact us to find out if you qualify for disability insurance medicare.

The best Medicare supplement plan for you depends on your health needs, budget, and preferences. There are 10 standardized Medigap plans available in Texas, each with different levels of coverage and costs. Consult our team and they will tell you just the right plan for you.

Yes, definitely! Anyone with certain disabilities may be eligible for Medicare health insurance for disabled under 65. Our licensed consultants can guide you through the enrollment process to ensure you get the coverage you need.

No, we don't charge any additional fees for our consulting services. Our licensed agents help you find the right Medicare supplement plan with no hidden charges.

Enrolling with us is very simple, just follow these easy steps to get started;

  • Call us at 888-285-9813 to get a free quote.
  • Choose the plan that best suits your needs and budget.
  • Complete the application process with the help of one of our licensed agents.
  • Receive your confirmation and policy documents in the mail or by email.

Isn’t that easy? Enroll today and enjoy the peace of mind that comes with having the best Medicare insurance plans.

Yes, Medicare offers health insurance options for people under 65 with certain disabilities such as:

  • end-stage renal disease (ESRD) or 
  • amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS)

To qualify for Medicare due to disability, you must meet specific criteria outlined by the Social Security Administration.