Pazdon: Sometimes insurance isn’t enough

Sophomore Andrew Pazdon, a Hatchet columnist, recounts his recent bout with the health insurance industry.

I started to worry I would be forced to appear before a government-run death panel that would halt any treatment I may receive to stay breathing. I was afraid I would have to wait weeks to see some communistical, poorly trained doctor from the third world who wouldn’t know the flu from the femur. Thankfully, I woke up, splashed some cold water on my face, and realized these worries were baseless, dangerous and quite foolish, but the ordeal was far from over.

The Hatchet has disabled comments on our website. Learn more.