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FAQs: What do you need to know about long-term care insurance?

Posted in: Disability Insurance, Disability Insurance News, Insurance Litigation Blog, Insurance Questions and Concepts, Long Term Care Insurance August 29, 2013

The McKennon Law Group PC periodically publishes articles on its California Insurance Litigation Blog that deal with frequently asked questions in the insurance bad faith, life insurance, long term disability insurance, annuities, accidental death insurance, ERISA and other areas of the law.  This article in that series focuses on long-term care insurance.

What is long-term care insurance?

Long-term care insurance refers to coverage for health care and treatment in extended care facilities (for example, convalescent homes, nursing homes, etc.), at-home health care and/or adult day care for individuals (usually above the age of 65 or with a chronic or disabling condition that needs constant supervision) rather than in an acute care unit of a hospital.  See California Insurance Code § …

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