3 million Florida residents need health insurance says Governor Charlie Crist

Florida residents are in desperate need of insurance with 3 million uninsured. Gov. Charlie Crist has brought a plan to bring low-cost health insurance.

December 11, 2008, West Palm Beach, FL (JusticeNewsFlash.com)–Justice informers with JusticeNewsFlash.com (JNF) and South Florida civil justice attorneys announce health insurance coverage plan proposed by Florida Governor Charlie Crist in Tallahassee. With more than three million Floridians without health insurance, Crist has finalized a plan called Cover Florida, to bring low-cost health coverage to Florida residents www.CoverFloridaHealthCare.com. Companies involved include, Florida Health Care Plans, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Florida and United Healthcare. Other companies will offer coverage in select counties only.

Top justice government health and law reporters alert Florida state lawmakers in Tallahassee approved Cover Florida last spring. Insurance and legal experts are debating the quality and cost effectiveness of Cover Florida. Below are the following details about Cover Florida:

-Must be age19 to 64
-Uninsured for at least six months
-COBRA payments have been exhausted
-Offers catastrophic and preventive plans
-Rates depend on the age and gender
-25 plans to choose from

JNF social responsibility correspondents know the importance of having health insurance when consumers become sick. Hospital and medical bills add up quickly and the ability to pay may be the final factor in receiving the care you need. If you are having problems with your insurance coverage and your company is refusing to honor its policy you may be entitled to compensation. Contacting a Palm Beach County attorney who specializes in insurance litigation may help you recover from your damages and injuries.

As reported by Heather L. Ryan, JNF reporter specializing in insurance litigation and government health and law news.

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