RedBridge Insurance policy offerings
RedBridge offers a wide variety of insurance products. They have a third-party network in Latin America, making direct pays very easy to coordinate during large claims. Our brokers generally sell one of the following policies:
- RedBridge Bronze Latin America
This plan is one of our lowest cost policies for seniors over 65 and is a common option among our clients. The policy has lower limits than other Latin American plans though it still covers many major claims. We find it a great balance between coverage and cost. The plan does have a 20% copay for medical benefits that helps keep the cost down, but this is limited to $2,000 out of pocket if you are admitted inpatient for a claim, which most emergencies are.
- RedBridge Xpat Solutions
This plan offers very competitive rates for the level of coverage it provides.
It is common for our expats that are starting to get priced out of the higher cost plans, and want a carrier with stable cost as they age.
- RedBridge Xpat Premium
This plan has an annual maximum of 1.5 million dollars, which is unlikely to ever be exceeded. Another benefit of this plan is that the deductible is waived (for deductibles of $5,000 or less or reduced by 50% for deductibles over $5,000) in the event that you file no claims for three years.
- RedBridge International Care
This plan is one of RedBridge's most comprehensive plans. For expats, it offers coverage in the US, good maternity benefits, and all around higher limits. It is one of the most competitively priced plans we sell for US and maternity coverage. It is common among our family planning expats.
- RedBridge Gold
The next step up from International Care, this plan has a stronger US network for clients that are planning on spending more time in the US.
How do I get quotes?
RedBridge does not have an online public-facing quoting tool. You must get quotes from your broker to see costs. You can also use our agency's quoting tool here expatinsurance.com/quote to see quotes from RedBridge and other providers.