‘Pure’ insurance offers no life insurance coverage for pregnant woman

  • September 10, 2021

“I am really worried,” said Jessica Dye, a 32-year-old mother of three from Texas who plans to use her coverage through a small business she owns.

“I think it’s really important for me to be able to go to my doctor and see if I need any medical attention.

If it’s something I can’t do without my employer’s coverage, I just don’t know how I’m going to survive.””

If you don’t have insurance, you’re going to go without your basic needs like food and shelter, which is going to be a real issue for you,” said Ms. Dye.

“If you’re really in debt, that’s going to impact your ability to get medical care.”

“I’m really worried about my future and my ability to have a stable, secure life.

I’m concerned about my husband’s health and what he’s going through,” said Heather DeBartolo, a mother of two from Missouri who is trying to use a small businesses life insurance policy through a business.

“Because if you’re using it for anything other than a job, you need to be thinking about how much money you can live on and how much you can spend on food and other necessities,” she said.

“That’s just something I’m really concerned about.”

“There’s nothing in my case that’s guaranteed.

I don’t think you can put yourself in that situation,” Ms. DeBartsolo said.