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Rating: 1.566 Reviews Unicare has received an average of 1.5 stars out of 5 based on 66 user reviews.

Company History:
UNICARE is the group name for the Wellpoint businesses operating outside California. Since 1996, Wellpoint has acquired the health and life insurance businesses of companies such as Mass Mutual, John Hancock Mutual Life and Rush Prudential (Chicago.)..Read More

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Health, Life, Disability

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Contact Information for Unicare

Company Contact Info:
President   David Fields
120 Monument Circle
Indianapolis, IN 46204-4903
877-864-2273

Unicare Reviews and Customer Comments

"Terrible insurance worst Ive ever had they dont cover much buyer beware."
Commented on 2018-06-11 14:18:19 EST
"Policy wording is deeply ambiguous and inadequate. They use this uncertainty to not cover your claims. They do not take any complaint seriously."
Commented on 2018-06-05 18:47:54 EST
"This is a horrible company. I'm always stuck with paying a huge share of my medical bills. Why do I even pay premiums when Unicare sticks me with half the bills. What a horrible corporation. Gladly, I will be on my husband's insurance soon which is much better."
Commented on 2018-04-28 16:27:12 EST
"This is an update and an effort to fix any typos since we can't go back and edit to fix those typos As my dad's only survivor, I'm writing this on his behalf after my bio dad with alzheimer's died, I went through a lot of trouble to try to get the money I was legally entitled to only to find out later on after finally finding a lawyer that my dad was the victim of elder financial fraud by his live in POA who changed the life insurance beneficiary from next of kin to herself only three weeks before he died. This is illegal in Ohio. My dad died intestate, meaning no will. According to Ohio law and the way things happened made me the only one legally entitled to that money and further action is pending because UniCARE is non-compliant. They not only ignored me and my warnings that I tried to warn them that something was just not right, but they were also secretive until they were pressed for answers by the Ohio department of insurance and also the Michigan department of insurance investigated. I finally had to end up finding a lawyer who would help me, and sure enough my suspicions turned out to be right, something really wasn't right as suspected. At this point was when I started finding out about what really happened, which is when I eventually found out my dad had a live in POA who ended up changing tampering with the life insurance papers and changed the beneficiary from next of kin to herself. Again, this is totally illegal in Ohio and can very easily be prosecuted. If anything sounds familiar, please do yourself a favor and get call your state bar association not your local one as this could delay legal help and have them refer you to the right lawyer. Urge them to give you all available names of everyone who can handle this type of case. Just in case one has a case overload or can't help you, you have all their names on the list and just go down the list and be persistent until someone listens. Don't let fraudsters or UniCARE get away with giving your money away to someone not entitled to it, they'll definitely pay in the end. If they've done this once, chances are they've done it to others by giving away money rightfully belonging to those legally entitled to it. Come to find out, paying the wrong beneficiary is shockingly more common than you may realize, but I don't know how many different companies out there actually end up giving away the money and title to you to someone not entitled to it. Don't lose hope, help is out there. The first step though is to open an estate for your close blood relative in the state and county where they lived when they died, this'll be especially helpful. You can either open the estate yourself or let your lawyer do it for you, either way the estate will be opened. The estate process will most likely have to pass first as your lawyer works in the background on your behalf. At some point you should find out whether or not elder financial abuse really did happen. If so, the estate process will need to pass first before an extension will need to be filed so the estate can become the plaintiff in the lawsuit. I don't know yet how long these kinds of lawsuits last, but at some point you should be able to recover stolen funds. I don't know much about how things work, but somehow the estate is paid in the end. Another thing I don't know is how you obtain money from the estate, I just don't know that yet but somehow you get paid through the state so apparently at some point if a judgment is rendered against the defendants, the judge may be give a certain amount of time for the defendants to pay the estate. I guess this is probably how it works if I'm not mistaken but at some point you should expect payment however they do it. To those out there who don't know the ropes, I hope my story helps you. You must act fast if you experienced a very recent loss, cases are time sensitive so don't wait. If you find your deceased close relative was defrauded, this also affects the rightful heirs especially if they absolutely positively need that money for something very important like transportation or medical treatment or some other very important necessity. Sometimes it's the proceeds that will cover something you may not otherwise be able to cover. That's why if anything about my experience sounds familiar, you definitely need legal help, and hopefully you'll follow the clues in this comment and seek out legal counsel and make guilty parties pay because your lawyer will make them pay if someone really is found guilty and documents prove it"
Commented on 2018-03-05 05:43:17 EST
"As my dad's only survivor, I'm writing this on his behalf After my bio dad with alzheimer's died, I went through a lot of trouble to try to get the money I was legally entitled to only to find out later on after finally finding a lawyer that my dad was the victim of elder financial fraud by his live in POA who changed the life insurance beneficiary from next of kin to herself. This is illegal in Ohio. My dad died intestate, meaning no will. According to Ohio law and the way things happened made me the only one legally entitled to that money and no further action is pending because UniCARE is non-compliant. They not only ignored me and my warnings that I tried to relate to them about something not being right, but they were also secretive until they were pressed for answers by the Ohio department of insurance and also the Michigan department of insurance investigated. I finally had to end up finding a lawyer who would help me, and sure enough my suspicions turned out to be right Not only did the fraudster abuse her powers, but the insurance company gave my money to that fraudster who's now in hiding and possibly living with her next targeted and totally unsuspecting victim for all we know. If she did it to my dad, most likely someone else is the next victim because she'll strike again if not stopped. Don't be surprised if some of you actually have a policy out there and you happen to have living blood relative survivors. Make sure you get your proceeds to the rightful heirs, especially if those heirs are disable, badly impoverished and badly need that money for their survival. If you had children and they happen to be disabled, you can't have kids and just not provide for them, especially if they're disabled. In light of child abuse being on the rise and more and more of them are becoming disabled at the hands of abuse, you really should make it right and provide for your kids whether or not you had anything to do with their disability, and especially more so if that disability means they must live on public benefits. When a disability leaves your children impoverished, it's time to provide for your own"
Commented on 2017-12-03 13:10:37 EST
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