It is not about just the insurance company - it also depends on the state that you live in, where your employer is located etc . . . Currently 15 states in the US mandate some sort of fertility coverage. You can refer to the Resolve Website for info on the states that require coverage - unfortunately, it appears that Florida is not one of them . . .
Be warned even if your state required it - some businesses are headquarted in other states and offer their coverage through another state that may not offer benefits. If they are self-insured it is not covered, and you must meet their qualifications for infertility.
I also recommend that you contact Fertility Life lines - they have a free hotline that you can call and have someone help you to better understand your coverage and to do an analysis for you. They were great - gave them my policy info and they researched it, got me all of the info on what was and was not covered and explained it to me:
If you cannot find insurance coverage here are some other suggestions:
1) Start with the RE - most doctors have a team that can help you with finding ways to pay for your treatment - they are amazing at figuring out your insurance benefits, coming up payment plans and may even be able to recommend medical studies / clinical trials that you may be able to participate in.
2) Grants -there are groups out there that fund raise for fertility treatments - you need to apply and cross your fingers.
3) Loans - banks and credit card companies (my friend used Capital One) offer fertility loans with fair interest rates and payment plans. Maybe see if you can borrow from a family member.
4) Serious budgeting - I also know couples who have taken part time / seasonal jobs to save up for treatments, sold things on ebay etc . . .
5) Move to one of the 15 states that do mandate coverage and find a job there . . . Massachusetts has wonderful coverage - my medications and procedures were all covered with just my co-pays. I had 6 unsuccessful IUI cycles - 3 with clomid and 3 with injectibles and finally a successful IVF cycle. I would have had coverage for up to 6 attempts at IVF.
Here is a great link for you: