Forum: Liquid Lounge
So, if I could get their coverage, the cheapest available would be the "80/60" plan with a $1,500 annual deductible that would cost me $11,064 annually in premiums.
As far as I can tell, with the deductible, that means I'm $12,564 out of pocket before I get a dime from them in any given year. My cost paying the doctor myself has come nowhere close to that in any year since I lost my coverage.
Not to mention that I don't seem to have an extra $1,000 a month (or so) lying around that could cover the premiums...