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  • Connecticut Long Term Care Insurance

    For various reasons, Connecticut has built a reputation over the years for fiscally astute individuals. When it comes to planning for the future, an LTC policy is now one more tool available in our financial toolbox.
    To learn more about your LTC insurance options, just use the quick quote request form above to find competitive Connecticut LTCI quotes from reliable and licensed Connecticut LTCI companies. We are proud to have served Connecticut residents in Bridgeport, Hartford, New Haven, Stamford, Waterbury, Norwalk and dozens of other communities throughout the state. And we look forward to serving you.
    Our LTC quotes are free and require no obligation on your part. But remember also to take the extra step of comparing Connecticut LTC companies by reviewing their 3rd party insurance ratings, conducted by AM Best, Standard and Poors or Moody’s. You want to make sure that your selected insurance company will still be around when you need them. As a special bonus, you automatically receive these insurance company ratings when you request Connecticut LTCI quotes.

     

     

    State Resources

    In addition to Long-Term-Care-Insurance-Planners.com, the state of Connecticut also provides useful resources for its residents who are shopping for insurance coverage.

     

    Connecticut Insurance Department

    The state Department of Insurance has the responsibility for licensing and regulating the insurance industry within the state. This means that all insurance companies, carriers, agencies, brokers and agents must be currently licensed and follow all state and applicable federal regulations in order to market or sell insurance policies in Connecticut.

     

    By going to the agency website, Connecticut residents can check the license status of insurance agents and companies. They can also check complaint levels, as well as file their own against specific licensees.  In addition, the department provides helpful consumer information about different insurance and financial programs offered by licensed insurance agents.

     

     

    Connecticut Elderly Services Division

    Department of Social Services
    25 Sigourney Street, 10th Floor
    Hartford, CT 06106-5033
    (800) 994-9422
    (860) 424-5277

     

     

    Get Connecticut long term care insurance quotes and rates online.

     

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