I have been searching for Insurance (and reading the forum) but a lot seems to be gear to English people or for people in a country or residence in country A
I would like to know from EXPAT-CONTRACT PILOTS the kind of pilot that live a few years here and a few years there, that their "residence" is where he is.
That in one gig employer cover this and but not that ad in the next gig employer cover that but not this, how do you go about being cover?
I would like to know if any Insurance company cover them with Death/lost of medical-wages/medical. I am assuming that the more type of coverage you have with an insurance company the cheaper it is than if you would buy them separately.
Also sometimes one job cover this but not cover that. Does the insurance company is mindfull of this and change the coverage as of always be cover the want you want picking up where the employer leaves and in the next gig when you need this or that will not treat you as a new customer.
This seems reasonable, Am I dreaming?
I am going to rephrase this. I want coverage 1,2,3,4,5 my employer covers 3 & 5 would the insurance drop those since they are already cover by my employer and so forth in the next gigs so I am always keeping the same coverage but I only pay to my insurance what I need depending of the coverage by my employer?
PS: or every time you deal with insurance you get screw and is best not even bather..