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Hall Insurance Services is based on dedication to clients by providing them with exceptional products and customer service

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About Us

Hall Insurance Services was founded in 1984 in Texarkana, TX by Bradley Hall. His plan was to sell individual and group insurance benefits with a target market of the Texarkana, TX area. Bradley believed in offering a high quality of service to his clients and as a result was able to grow his client base over the years to include clients in Arkansas as well as other others in the state of Texas. He was especially proud of the many relationships he shared with his clients, the carriers, and those who worked with him in his agency.

Bradley passed away in April of 2017. In June of 2017, his son-in-law, Mike Gist, agreed to come and lead Hall Insurance Services. Bradley knew Mike for 20 years, and in those years Bradley visited extensively with Mike about the business. Bradley knew Mike would be a perfect fit, and he frequently encouraged Mike to join him in the business. For nearly 30 years, Mike’s career has been in the rubber-roll industry, and most of that time in an ownership position at Valley Roller Company. Mike sold Valley Roller in 2015, and he decided he was ready for a new challenge in the insurance industry. Mike has honored Bradley by working diligently to obtain the proper licenses and credentials to be able to conduct business credibly. Mike and the team at Hall Insurance are dedicated to continuing Bradley’s legacy of offering their clients the highest level of service in the insurance business.


Turning 65 creates an opportunity for someone to transition their health insurance coverage from personal or employer coverage to Medicare. This transition can be overwhelming because there are several parts to understand about Medicare and the amount of information being made available to you is abundant.

Medicare Parts A and B are what most people are somewhat familiar with. Both of these Parts you must enroll via your Social Security office, via the Social Security phone number or online via the web-site Unfortunately, Part A and B alone will not cover all the costs of most peoples medical bills. As a result, you have the option of purchasing a Medicare Supplement or a Medicare Advantage plan to help fill in the gaps of coverage.

Here are some important items to know:

Medicare Advantage Plans
If you are interested in additional coverage, you can do this through Medicare Advantage Plans ( also referred to as Part C) or Medicare Supplement Plans. These are both offered through other health insurance carriers and a complement to your Medicare Part A and B. If you elected to enroll in one of these, you have to chose between them as you cannot be enrolled in a Medicare Advantage Plan and a Medicare Supplement Plan at the same time.
Medicare Advantage Plans are health plan options that are approved by Medicare but run by private companies. They are part of the Medicare Program, and sometimes called "Part C." When you join a Medicare Advantage Plan, you are still in Medicare. As long as you have both Part A and Part B, items covered by Part A and Part B are covered whether you have the Original Medicare Plan, or you belong to a Medicare Advantage Plan (like an HMO or PPO). Medicare Advantage Plans have specific networks, typically having HMO and PPO plan options. You are required to have Part A and Part B and continue to pay the monthly Part B premium in order to be enrolled in a Medicare Advantage Plan.
Medicare Supplements
Medicare Supplements are sometimes also referred to as Medigap Plans. With a Medicare Supplement, you can go to any doctor or provider than accepts Medicare. There are several plan options to chose from, each with its own schedule of benefits and monthly premiums. You are required to have both Part A and Part B and pay your monthly Part B premium to be enrolled in a Medicare Supplement Plan.
Medicare Part D – Prescription Drug Coverage
Medicare Part D Plans provide prescription drug coverage. These plans are offered through insurance carriers. Dealing with Medicare Part D can be difficult because each year there are typically 30 or more options to chose from. If you chose a Medicare Advantage Plan, you can typically chose one which include Part D coverage. Otherwise, you can purchase a stand alone Medicare Part D Plan. Choosing the best plan option involves reviewing the plan summary detail, plan premiums, and especially the plan formulary based on what prescription drugs you are purchasing.

Products - Individual Insurance

Individuals can purchase health, dental, and vision insurance on their own. There are many options for these coverages. Health Insurance plans can vary greatly, so finding the correct fit for you can be challenging. If your employer does not offer benefits, there are options for you to find coverage on your own. We offer Affordable Care Act Plans (ACA Plans), including help with determining qualifying for a tax credit to help with paying you premiums. These type of plans can only be enrolled in if you have experienced a qualifying event or during the annual open enrollment season which is typically November 1 through December 15.

We also offer Short Term Temporary plans which can be purchased at any time during the year. These plans are designed specifically for people who have a short term gap in coverage, such as the timing between jobs or a short term period between retirement and reaching the age of 65 and qualifying for medicare.
Travel insurance is also available through GeoBlue. These policies can be purchased for overseas trips which are for periods of a few weeks or a few months.

Products - Group Insurance

Most Americans get health insurance through their jobs or are covered because a family member has insurance at work. This is called group insurance. Group insurance is generally the least expensive kind. In many cases, the employer pays part or all of the cost. Some employers offer only one health insurance plan. Some offer a choice of plans: a health maintenance organization (HMO), or a preferred provider organization (PPO), for example. Offering health insurance through your company is an excellent way to keep talented employees as well attract new ones. Employers who offer a package of benefits including health insurance with multiple options, dental insurance, vision insurance and other lines of coverage lead the way in securing talented and content employees Our goal at Hall Insurance Services is to be your resource for your employee benefits. We offer a variety of services, including open enrollment, on-site as well as on-line enrollment capabilities, benefit education for your employees, claims assistance, ACA compliance, and much more. We want to be your main contact for you and your employees so that you can focus on other aspects of growing your business.

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