Korthase Insurance Now Available By Appointment on Weekends

October 10, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Korthase Insurance, a Top Health Insurance in Hilton Head, SC, is now available by appointment on weekends.

The health insurance company has opened its line even on weekends to cater to its customers in Hilton Head Island, Bluffton, and the Lowcountry in South Carolina. Their clients can book their schedule ahead of time to be catered. The company provides regular transactions on Mondays to Fridays from 9 AM to 5 PM. The company also values time. Thus, they only cater to queries during office hours on regular days.

Korthase Insurance delivers top service with quality attention and the most appropriate, properly-priced insurance product. The company offers Medicare Supplement Plans, a plan for every American over 65 years old. The policy supplements a client’s original Medicare benefits.

The company also offers Prescription Drugs Plan. It is for those who want to enroll in the Medicare Part D prescription drug coverage, which subsidizes the costs of prescription drugs for enrollees.

Another product offered by the company is the Hospital Indemnity insurance in Hilton Head Island SC. Its primary purpose is for those unexpected costs that regular insurance doesn’t cover. For those who are anxious about the price of nursing homes in the US, then the long-term care plan is the solution. It can be used for the homestay or can also be given by the beneficiary to their children. Other services of the company include dental and vision care, annuities, and final expense.

William Bill Korthase, the company owner, said that it is his mission to offer the best options available to their customers. William has been in the insurance industry for more than 30 years already.

“I have been selling and servicing health insurance and related products for over 35 years. I spent many years working with companies and municipalities helping their employees get the best coverage for the lowest possible price,” says William.

The company gives its clients beyond excellent service. Professional insurance specialists from Korthase Insurance take time to explain every aspect of the plan they are offering to their customers. It allows their clients to be knowledgeable in choosing their plan.

To request for a free quote, contact Korthase Insurance by visiting their website https://korthaseinsurance.com/. Clients have to go to the company’s Contact Us page. Clients are then asked of their name, address, contact number, subject, and the message they got.

To know more about the company, clients can also call Korthase Insurance through 843-715-2621 / 231-758-0549. Clients can also visit their office at 6 Wildbird Lane, Hilton Head Island, South Carolina 29926.


For more information about KORTHASE INSURANCE , contact the company here:

William Bill Korthase
6 Wildbird Lane
Hilton Head, South Carolina 29926

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