This is true of insurance policies. The companies always list the benefits in large letters on their brochures and web sites. The astute buyer of insurance also checks the small print. It is especially important to note the small print on the ?Schedule of Benefits? page. And also read the ?Exclusion? section, as it is almost always written in very small print. Most of the things on the ?Exclusion? page are standard with various plans, e.g., no coverage for cosmetic surgery, suicide, etc. But read carefully because sometimes some key benefits you are interested in may be excluded from coverage.
Often the insured gets upset when he finds out that the company he is insured with will not cover a specific medical need. But usually the company has spelled out very carefully what it will not cover–in the small print! So read the small print very carefully!
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