Do you read the fine print on health insurance policies before buying them? Or do you find the reams of terms and conditions so intimidating that you just don’t buy them?
If the latter, you are among many who steer clear of health insurance and prefer to pay for medical expenses from the pocket. Not because they are rich, but because the idea of being snubbed by the insurance company while settling the claim hurts.
Insurance companies are known to raise obscure points in the fine print to try and get away from paying compensation, leaving the individual with no option but to seek legal assistance.