While long-term care insurance policies promise to pay for the care of those who are no longer able to perform the activities of daily living, they do not necessarily deliver results. An increasing number of aging policyholders are submitting long-term care claims only to discover the policies they have been paying on for years do not cover the care they require. When you are facing long-term care expenses, the last thing you need is to worry about how to pay an attorney. Therefore, we handle long-term care insurance cases on a contingency fee basis. That means we do not get paid until you do.
Insurance benefits operate as a contract between the policyholder and the insurance company. The policyholder pays premiums over time in exchange for coverage later if needed. This contractual understanding leaves many individuals shocked when their claims later get denied. Insurance [...]