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USA TODAY

Posted November 13, 2004

Kathy Kozakiewicz, 59, of Phoenix, decided to buy long-term care insurance after her father-in-law was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. He had to wait 18 months until space opened at a local Veterans Affairs nursing home, and during that period, the family was responsible for his care. Kozakiewicz and her husband, both retired federal workers, were […]

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60 Minutes: Did Insurer Cheat Disabled Clients?

Posted November 17, 2002

CBS If you’re one of the 50 million Americans who has money deducted from his or her paycheck to pay for disability insurance, or if you’ve purchased a disability policy on your own, you may think you’re covered if you’re injured or too sick to work. But don’t be too sure. Ed Bradley reports. A […]

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Dateline NBC: What if Your Disability Benefits Were Suddenly Cut Off?

Posted October 16, 2002

Insurance — we buy it for peace of mind to cover our homes, our health, our lives. Millions of Americans have disability insurance to help replace lost income in case of a serious illness or injury. If you can’t work, those benefits may be crucial for you and your family. But what if, suddenly, unexpectedly, […]

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