Long-term care facility operators are about to face some changes in the insurance marketplace. After a prolonged period of competition and relatively low rates, insurers are beginning to raise rates and becoming more selective about the facilities they write. Retail agents and brokers can help their senior living facility customers through these changing conditions in several ways, as discussed below.
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A variety of factors are impacting the long term care industry, including more than half a dozen venues around the United States known to be plaintiff-friendly attracting more lawsuits against LTC facilities and driving change in the marketplace.