Colorado health insurance program provides undocumented immigrants coverage

Health insurance Data - Colorado

The program’s first year of operation cost tens of millions and has saved wellbeing and lives. The first year of the Colorado health insurance program offering undocumented immigrants with healthcare is now offering its first annual data tallies. In the state, every insurer offering coverage must sell to everyone, regardless of documentation status. Undocumented immigrants can legally obtain health insurance coverage in the state. In its first year of operation, the state paid $73 million to insurers for the program. This does not subtract the amount paid into the program…

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Long-Term Care Insurance Association Releases Linked-Benefit Price Index

A 55-year-old male should expect to pay around $5,300 annually for an average linked-benefit long-term care insurance policy according to the just-published Price Index.  The first price analysis comparing leading linked-benefit insurance costs and benefits was recently published by the American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance. “Linked-benefit long-term care insurance combines the benefits of a life insurance policy with a rider that can provide long-term care benefits,” explains Jesse Slome, director of the American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance.  “These policies now outsell traditional long-term care insurance making it time for us to…

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What Burn Lawyers actually do to help you?

Burn lawyers are lawyers that deal with personal injury cases. They represent clients who have suffered injuries due to faulty products, workplace accidents, slip and falls, and medical errors. You may be entitled to compensation for burn injuries at work if you have suffered from hazardous exposure to chemicals, toxins, or harmful hot liquids while at work. You can get the best compensation you deserve when you consult professional Burn Lawyers. A reasonable attorney will help you navigate the court system and will obtain the most competitive compensation possible for…

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California bill would create new dependent parent health plan regulations

Dependent parent health plan - grandparents

As adult children care for aging family members, insurance law may adapt health care coverage. A new dependent parent health plan bill has been making California insurance news. The idea behind Assembly Bill 570 is to allow caregiver children to add their parents to their policies. Twelve percent of US parents with a child under 18 years are also caring for another adult. As the population ages, a growing number of families are taking care of older family members. The new dependent parent health plan bill would make it possible…

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7 Types of Insurance Every Millennial Must Consider

Millennials insurance that they are buying

If you were born between 1978 and 1999, you are classified as a millennial. The millennial generation is regarded as one of the most financially conservative generations since they are careful when it comes to investing and saving. Therefore, it’s surprising to look at the fact that a vast majority of individuals between 18 and 39 are underinsured. Here are 8 types of insurance plans millennials should consider: 1 Life Insurance  Life insurance isn’t something that only the wealthy need. Depending on your particular situation, perhaps, you need it as…

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