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Finding the best health insurance agent in Los Angeles is harder than getting good parking. Luckily we have ample parking day or night. Haronian Insurance is Covered California certified, which means we'll help you get health insurance for free in person or over the phone.

Best of all, there's no wait time, no operator; in other words, no headaches like Covered California. Enrolling in a new Obamacare plan is simple. Just have a photo ID, proof of income, and your SSN. We'll do the rest.

Owner Edmond Haronian knows health insurance changes, as an agent for over 20 years. As Obamacare introduced healthcare reform, Haronian Insurance evolved with the industry. For open enrollment season, we opened a new office in Canoga Park and appeared on Los Angeles Channel 4 News. (Air date: Oct 30, 2013)

 

As you can see, our interview occurred before Covered California overcame its glitches. Nowadays, instead of going online yourself and figuring out the application, we'll enroll you in minutes and answer any questions in the same visit. Does it get better? Of course! We have coffee, pastries, and goodie bags! Are you calling or salivating yet? Both? Awesome. Are you insured yet? What are you waiting for?

Meryl Streep ain't got nothing on us. Haronian Insurance has been award winning providers for Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield 10 years in a row. We have the plaques to prove it and the knowledge to find the best insurance plans. Our agents don't discriminate and offer options from every major provider for every type of coverage. Come for workers' compensation, group insurance, and travel insurance in the same trip (no pun intended)!

It's easy to see why Los Angeles wouldn't be the same without Haronian Insurance. Just take a trip to Canoga Park to see one of the 7 wonders of the San Fernando Valley: our new office, which resembles a health insurance enrollment fortress. Don't be intimidated. Walk-ins are welcome. Se habla espanol, too. Someone told me to write that. Not too sure what it means, but I think I'll ask the girl who speaks Spanish.

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