Health Sharing and hunting - UPDATEContributors to this thread:
Mt. man 07-Dec-17
Ok I just received an email from someone at Liberty (no name attached to the email) saying that hunting and mountain biking are NOT considered hazardous hobbies. Text below. I called again and spoke with yet another CSR who checked and confirmed that they are NOT considered hazardous under the guideline. So I guess I'm going back on the train and will see where it goes...
Ace, thanks for the input on your positive experiences. Good thing I didn't open that pack of smokes yet!
"Louis, Mountain biking and hunting is not considered a hazardous hobby, however, things like bungee jumping, skydiving, parasailing, rock climbing, etc. If you get injured doing these things, it would not be eligible for sharing."
That's good to hear. Driving on a 2-lane highway are more dangerous than bowhunting.
Randy Ulmer's injuries from his ultralight crash while scouting probably wouldn't have been covered. Me, I scout on the ground and on the computer. Safer that way.......
Hell Ike, driving on any highway is more dangerous than bowhunting.
That is good news Lou. Sounds like a significant savings for you.
From: Mt. man
Glad it worked out for you.
YEA! We use the: ChristianHealthcareMinistries.org plan and are very happy. $150 per adult, $150 for all the kids. $450 for the 4 of us per month with a $500 deductible/threshold and one free month of membership for every family/person we refer. Already reimbursed once for a medical claim and 2 premiums for referrals.
Shopping from the center aisles of the grocery store is more hazardous than bowhunting. This world is so irrational.