Can Someone with Parkinson's Get Long-Term Care Insurance?

Can Someone with Parkinson's Get Long-Term Care Insurance?

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Q. Can someone with Parkinson's get long-term care insurance and what does it cover?
Q. Can someone with Parkinson's get long-term care insurance and how do I know if I have coverage?
Q. Can someone with Parkinson's get long-term care insurance and what else does the policy cover?
Q. Can someone with Parkinson's get long-term care insurance and who do I talk to about it?

Q. Can someone with Parkinson's get long-term care insurance and what does it cover?

I have Parkinson's. Does my long-term car insurance cover that, and If so, what does it cover?

Your long-term care insurance policy may have coverage for Parkinson's Disease prior to getting it. Some may even have coverage after you learn you have Parkinson's. However, each policy is different and is dependent on what coverages you chose from the onset. 

If you have coverage under your specific policy, then it will cover long-term care that is needed due to your illness. Again, depending on what benefits you selected in the beginning. Check with your local independent insurance agent for your plan specifics.

Q. Can someone with Parkinson's get long-term care insurance and how do I know if I have coverage?

Can someone with Parkinson's have long-term care coverage on their long-term care insurance policy? How can I be sure my policy has this coverage?

Your long-term care insurance policy may have coverage for Parkinson's Disease even if you already have it. However, each policy is different and is dependent on what coverages you chose from the onset. The best way to be sure you have coverage for Parkinson's long-term care is to review your long-term care policy with your local independent insurance agent.

Q. Can someone with Parkinson's get long-term care insurance and what else does the policy cover?

If you have Parkinson's Disease, does your long-term care insurance policy have coverage? What else does your long-term care insurance policy cover?

Your long-term care insurance policy may have coverage for Parkinson's Disease and if you already have it. However, each policy is different and is dependent on what coverages you chose from the onset. 

Long-term care policy benefits are dependent on what you select for coverages. Most policies have expense coverage for nursing home care, in-home care, assisted living care, hospice care, respite care, Alzheimer's care, and adult day care. Check with your local independent insurance agent for your plan specifics.

Q. Can someone with Parkinson's get long-term care insurance and who do I talk to about it?

Your long-term care insurance policy may have coverage for Parkinson's Disease and even if you currently have it. However, each policy is different and is dependent on what coverages you chose from the onset. The best person to speak with about your long-term care policy coverages is your local independent insurance agent. 

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