Whether you need help adding a family member to your plan, or want information about other plans, or just simply want to talk about insurance — our customer support team is available to chat over a call or through email.
Can an insurance company really offer transparent advice? Absolutely! That’s why we’ve taken the extra step to change our incentive structures. Our team’s success is based on customer satisfaction rather than selling plans.
Health insurance in Germany is mandatory, and most people choose to go with a public health insurance plan. Most public health insurance providers offer nearly identical plans that will cover nearly all of the healthcare needs you might have.
Private health insurance offers the same benefits that public does with a few more benefits like dental, vision, access to private psychotherapy, and a private room during hospital stays. There are also additional options for lower monthly costs like the cash-back benefit, which is not available with public health insurance.
If you’ve decided to sign up for public health insurance, only basic dental treatments like pain medication and basic fillings are covered. Dental insurance starts at €9 per month and gives you access to unlimited cleanings, high-quality fillings, and even the cost of complex teeth replacements like crowns and veneers with our advanced plan.
Personal liability insurance is also quite popular with 82% of Germans having a plan. Plans start at €4.94 per month and cover any accidental damages you cause to people’s belongings or medical costs for others if you accidentally injure them. Your flat is also considered someone else’s belonging, so many landlords require it.
Our legal insurance offers protection in five areas: disorderly conduct, automotive, professional, private life, and real estate disputes.
This provides you with comprehensive legal coverage for most situations from disturbing the neighbors with loud music (disorderly conduct), getting into a car accident (automotive), disputing an unlawful termination (professional), identity theft (private life), and illegal increases in rent (real estate).