INSURANCE POLICIES & PLANS

Insurance is a necessity, but you want to know that the company you are getting coverage through provides you with more than a printed policy and automated message system. With Ron Powell & Associates LLC, you get personal service as well as the security of a solid, personalized insurance plan.

Life Insurance

Life Insurance is the foundation of financial security and is designed to help your loved ones deal with the financial impact when you die.  It provides your family with the resources they need to meet expenses. 

People also purchase life insurance to accumulate funds for future needs, such as retirement income, college funding, emergencies or simply a fund for future opportunities

   

Individual and Family Health Insurance

  
   

Health Insurance is protection against medical costs.  The cost and range of protection will be dependent on your specific need and demographics.  Luckily, you don't have to worry about knowing all the ins and outs - we are here to answer any question you may have.

  
  • Life Insurance
  • Dental Insurance

Group Medical Insurance

Group medical insurance is health insurance available for companies with as few as two employees.  It helps companies identify and mitigate risks of their employees and an effective means of employee retention.   Employee subsidies may be available through the Insure Oklahoma and Marketplace SHOP programs.  

Medicare Supplement Insurance

   

Medicare supplement insurance is sold by private insurance companies to fill the "gaps" in Medicare Parts A, B and D coverage.   Medicare supplements, Medicare Advantage and Prescription Drug plans are available from some of the largest most respected insurance companies in America.

  

Dental - Vision - Disability Insurance

Dental, Vision and Disability insurance can cover the gaps that other medical policies miss.

Health insurance is protection against medical costs.  The cost and range of protection provided by your insurance is dependent upon your specific coverage and policy you purchase.  If your employer does not offer a health insurance plan, you may wish to purchase coverage on your own.  In some cases, you may qualify for financial assistance through the Federal Marketplace.