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Long-Term Care Insurance: Understanding the Contract and Avoiding Denials

As Baby Boomers age, attorneys are encountering more long-term care policies. In this informative program, you will be better prepared to advise clients about long-term care insurance contracts as you learn:

  • the main components of a long-term care contract, including key benefit features;
  • how to navigate the document-intensive claims process;
  • common pitfalls that result in denial of claims;
  • strategies and resources for clients and families managing a claim.
Credits: 1 General, 0 Diversity/Inclusion PR, 0 MH/SA PR, 0 Other PR
Provider: IL NAELA
SKU: NAELA2302-R
$60.00 or 1.00 credits
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As Baby Boomers age, attorneys are encountering more long-term care policies. In this informative program, you will be better prepared to advise clients about long-term care insurance contracts as you learn:

  • the main components of a long-term care contract, including key benefit features;
  • how to navigate the document-intensive claims process;
  • common pitfalls that result in denial of claims;
  • strategies and resources for clients and families managing a claim.

Faculty: 

Stana Martin, PhD, Long Term Care Specialist

Expires: 2/1/2025

As Baby Boomers age, attorneys are encountering more long-term care policies. In this informative program, you will be better prepared to advise clients about long-term care insurance contracts as you learn:

  • the main components of a long-term care contract, including key benefit features;
  • how to navigate the document-intensive claims process;
  • common pitfalls that result in denial of claims;
  • strategies and resources for clients and families managing a claim.

Faculty: 

Stana Martin, PhD, Long Term Care Specialist

Expires: 2/1/2025

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