United American California Medigap Plans

PremiumSupplement Policy Type
$94.00   Medigap Plan A
$129.00   Medigap Plan B
$146.00   Medigap Plan C
$135.00   Medigap Plan D
$147.00   Medigap Plan F
$33.00   Medigap Plan FH
$128.00   Medigap Plan G
$82.00   Medigap Plan K
$116.00   Medigap Plan L
$119.00   Medigap Plan N
Rates are examples for a 65 year old woman that does not smoke and lives near the state capital. Where applicable, direct deposit discounts have been applied.
Medicare Medigap Plans

About United American Insurance Co Medicare Supplement Plans in California

United American Insurance Co is a licensed provider of Medigap health insurance policies for seniors with Medicare living in California. A Medicare supplement plan protects you from the hospital and doctor bills not paid by Medicare when you have an accident or illness. The underwriter has been selling Medigap insurance plans for more than 31 years. Their offering for seniors living in California is available below along with a few comparable plans from other companies. You can buy from United American with confidence. They earned a A+ rating from A.M. Best Company, nationally recognized for their financial analysis of insurance carriers.

Medigap Plan A

United American Insurance Co offers Medicare Supplement Plan A to California seniors with Medicare Benefits. It's a Attained Age based premium. We recommend comparing this company's Plan A rate with these carriers:

Medigap Plan B

You can get a Medicare Supplement Plan B from United American Insurance Co in California. They use the Attained Age cost method to calculate their monthly rates. Before making your final decision, you might want to compare premiums with these carriers:

Medigap Plan C

If you take care to avoid the Medicare Part B excess charges, Supplement Plan C is an attractive policy, and United American Insurance Co offers it in California. The monthly premium on their Plan C is calculated using the Attained Age cost method. Before you make a final decision, be sure to compare. Here are a few companies with good rates:

Medigap Plan D

Plan D Plans does not pay for your Medicare Part B deductibles or excess charges. United American Insurance Co offers a D Plan policy to California beneficiaries. It's not the most common supplement policy, but here are a couple carriers we think you should check out to see if they offer a better price:

Medigap Plan F

Plan F is by far the most commonly purchased Medicare supplement in California. It covers 100% of the approved expenses that your Original Medicare does not pay (approximately 20%). United American Insurance Co offers a good Plan F, however, don't forget to compare price. Make sure you're getting the lowest premium possible by comparing quotes from these insurance carriers:

Medigap Plan G

Most experts agree that Medicare Supplement Plan G is the best alternative to the F Plan. It offers all of the same benefits, except the Part B deductible. United American Insurance Co offers a Plan G and we think it's worth comparing with the rates offered by these carriers:

Medigap Plan K

Healthy seniors can take some of the financial risk, take Plan K into consideration. Your risk is up to $4,660 in out-of-pocket costs. Plan K is offered by United American Insurance Co in California. Premiums for a Plan K policy vary a lot so be sure to compare with these carriers:

Medigap Plan L

The Medicare Supplement Plan L offered by United American Insurance Co offers all of the basic benefits and pays 75% of your deductibles, skilled nursing care and blood. You are required to pay the Medicare Part B excess charges, and the plan does not offer coverage when you travel outside of the United States. The maximum out of pocket limit for Plan L is $2,330 (2012 limit). Compare United American Insurance Co 's Plan L with the premiums from these carriers:

Medigap Plan N

The Medicare Supplement Plan N offered by United American Insurance Co gives you all of the basic coverage benefits, plus it pays your Medicare Part A deductible. You pay the Part B deductible and the Part B excess charges. You are also be responsible for a $20 co-pay for each visit to the doctor and up to $50 for each emergency room visit. If saving money is your goal, this Plan N will do it nicely. Compare premiums with these carriers before you buy:

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