Mahwah, NJ (PRWEB) January 22, 2014
Elective Surgery Refund Insurance (ESRI) was developed by Capacity Coverage to give patients and cosmetic surgeons peace of mind for unexpected canceled surgeries. As cosmetic surgeries see a spike in popularity in late December and early January, ESRI urges patients to insure their down payments to protect their funds during high risk cancellation times due to inclement weather, transportation accidents and illness.
According to the Wall Street Journal, the last two weeks of December are the busiest time of the year for plastic surgeons. Reasons include patients wanting the already available time-off to recover and the push to make a change for the New Year.
“A variety of circumstances may prevent patients from being able to make their cosmetic surgery date during this time of year,” says founder of ESRI Annette Bergstein.
“Traffic accidents, illness and inclement weather just happen to coincide with the time of year many seek cosmetic surgeries such as weight-loss procedures post-January 1st.”
ESRI is available to all patients of plastic surgeons who have a cancellation clause in their contract, where you have obligated yourself to a non-refundable payment.
Among the many benefits of ESRI, coverage includes:
ESRI’s simplified process involves downloading an application from the ESRI website and choosing your selected amount of coverage.
“Patients like the peace of mind provided by ESRI insurance, which enhances their cosmetic surgery experience”, says prominent NYC Plastic Surgeon Dr. Ramtin Kassir. “Anything I can supply my patients with to offer them the best cosmetic surgery experience must be considered.”
More about ESRI
Capacity is ranked among the top 20 privately-held property/casualty agencies in the U.S. by Insurance Journal magazine, and it is among the Top 5 privately held brokerage firms in New Jersey. ESRI is underwritten by a carrier, which has received an "A" (Excellent) or higher rating from the A.M. Best Company for over 100 years (most recent rating evaluation effective March 29, 2012).