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Absolute Insurance Management

973 470 8333 | 164 Route 46 East | Lodi, NJ 07644

https://AIMmedicare.com | rnfrank@aimmedicare.com

Posted November 16, 2017 By

Advocates For The People

Medicare can be confusing. We specialize in offering an education to you on the available options. We walk you through the entire Medicare Process, answer your questions, and guide you to the plan that’s right for you. Medicare Plans are our specialty; we are trained and licensed in offering all the Medicare insurance options. Based your specific situation we can provide you with several recommendations that best fit your needs. 

We represent most of the insurance carriers in the state and will shop the market for the best option at the most affordable price. 
Our approach is simple:

  • We do things the old fashioned way; we value the winning combination of hard work and honesty.
  • We surpass our clients' expectations with unparalleled service.
  • We work as your advocate to help you and your family qualify for all the state and federal assistance you are eligible for.

Our services are done at no charge to the client. We are compensated by the insurance companies enrolling our clients into the products.

Contact Information
  1. Robert N. Frank
  2. 973 980 0930

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