Long term care insurance claims top $10 billion in 2018

Jan 16, 2019

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    What is a good source of ratings, claims paying abiity, of companies selling long term care insurance ?
    Where can I get a premium history for companies that have as well as still are offering long term care insurance ? I am primarily interested in traditional indemnity and/or reimbursement long term care policies.
     
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    Who are the tne companies you survey?
     
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    Here is the easiest to use source regarding rate increases:

    long term care insurance rate increases
     
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    The California Department of Insurance Website is very easy and clear to me.
     
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    It lists them by company---useless.

    The data is more helpful when sorted by state and date policy sold.
     
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    Whatchoo talking about Willis.

    It lists the increases by state, and the date the policy was sold; date increase requested, amount requested, and date approved and amount approved. Sorry it is not a link to your website.
     
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