Several insurance providers in West Virginia provide Medicare supplement options, including major carriers including Anthem, Blue Cross Blue Shield, and United Healthcare.
When looking for a Medicare supplement plan for West Virgians, make sure to get quotes from all carriers because your state might have a number of smaller carriers with A ratings, which is the case in West Virginia.
In West Virginia, Medicare Supplemental Plans include the ten standardized programs that are available in so many other states. Comparing quotes from hundreds of carriers is part of the process of selecting a Medicare supplement.
Fortunately, at MedicareCompare, we make the process simple for you by providing you with a side-by-side analysis of current rates as well as rate history, which can be useful in determining which companies have fair annual rate increases that won't break the bank.
If you are under the age of 65 and have Medicare in West Virginia, Medigap providers are not required to give you coverage. If they do, they will charge considerably higher rates, making Medicare Advantage plans in West Virginia an excellent option before you hit the age of 65. There's more on that later.