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When the need for long-term care services arises, our policyholders can count on us. They know their long-term care insurance policy will help them pay for covered services.
They also know our claims representatives are here to guide them every step of the way.
Most people who purchase a long-term care insurance policy hope they’ll never need to use it. But when they do, they can be confident we’ll be here to pay their claims
Why Mutual of Omaha
On average 10M in claims payments are made by Mutual of Omaha monthly. They sold their first long-term care insurance policy in 1987, and since then, they have paid over $1.1 billion in benefits to long-term care policyholders. For more than a century, Mutual of Omaha has been committed to listening to our customers and helping them through life’s transitions by providing an array of insurance, financial and banking products.
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Long-term care insurance is underwritten by Mutual of Omaha Insurance Company, 3300 Mutual of Omaha Plaza, Omaha, NE 68175, 1-800-775-6000. Policy form: ICC13-LTC13.
This policy has exclusions, limitations and reductions and terms under which the policy may be continued in force or discontinued. Benefits may be provided by a combination of the policy and riders and are subject to underwriting. Premiums will vary depending on the benefits selected. Premium rates may increase. A medical exam may be required for coverage. For costs and complete details of coverage, call your agent/producer or write to the company. The insurance provided will be individual coverage, not group coverage. Long-term care insurance is not a deposit, not FDIC insured, not insured by any federal government agency, not guaranteed by the bank, not a condition of any banking activity, may lose value and the bank may not condition an extension of credit on either: 1) The consumer’s purchase of an insurance product or annuity from the bank or any of its affiliates; or 2) The consumer’s agreement not to obtain, or a prohibition on the consumer from obtaining, an insurance product or annuity from an unaffiliated entity. This is a solicitation of insurance. An insurance agent/producer may contact you by telephone to provide additional information

“Mutual of Omaha’s LTC Claims Discussion and Experiences”

Wednesday, June 29th @ 1:00 PM CDT

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