LaRue is correct. Check the rates of the insurances that are present at your state and see which one you can afford, depending on the premiums. You can go with one of the big names or you might find a better deal with one of the smaller ones. Also, keep in mind the new Obama care is about to kick in sometime in the next year.
Hi Nicole. This is definitely an issue for those of us ‘on our own.’ Here’s how I answered a question similar to the one you pose here. I hope that this helps:
You may also want to check directly with health insurers in your State. Most offer individual insurance to sole proprietors, and other individuals. There are several options so be sure to ask the agent for everything that they offer to individuals and do some comparison shopping.
State Farm is my favorite as far as all major insurance goes. http://www.statefarm.com/ With my liability insurance I had to get to be a trainer I went though ACE and found Hoffman Insurance Services http://www.insurepersonaltrainers.com/personal/ace-studio-program.php