Arizona Long Term Care Insurance
Affordable LTC and Home Health Care Plans for AZ Residents
Arizona long term care insurance policies available through Lehrman Group include plans from Mutual of Omaha, John Hancock, Genworth and more. Plans are available in Phoenix, Tucson, Flagstaff, Yuma and all other Arizona communities.
With the average cost of a nursing home stay in Arizona running more than $6000 per month, have you thought about where this money will come from if you need this type of care? Your risk of needing long term care is probably much greater than you realize — statistically, Americans over the age of 65 face a 40% chance of entering a nursing home for long term care services. For detailed information about long term care costs around Arizona, see Arizona long term care costs and why an Arizona long term care policy is so important.
If you are over 50 years old and have assets to protect, but aren't wealthy enough to comfortably pay for long term care out of your savings, you should be comparing long term care insurance policies now. It's especially important if there's a history of serious illness in your family. It's also very important to apply while you're still healthy. If you do not have a long term care policy when your health situation requires you to have one, no insurance company will issue you one at that time. It will be too late.
Premiums for long term care policies are typically lower when you purchase a policy earlier in life. And if you are married, you have a very good reason to get a long term care insurance — it may preserve your spouse's standard of living when you need long term care.
To receive rate quotes for Arizona long term care policies, complete the following form and click on the "Submit" button, or call us at (520) 760-0392 or toll free at (800) 600-9663.
The premium rates you will receive are for quoting purposes only, are not an offer of coverage and are not guaranteed. Final premium rates will be determined by the insurance companies and are based on individual circumstances. As a result of underwriting, final premium rates may differ from quoted premium rates.