long-term care insurance


An insurance policy that provides benefits for the chronically ill or disabled over a long period of time.

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They would be getting some long-term care insurance and that meant that they would all be okay in the company.

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People might not want to think about being ill for a long period of time, but if it ever happens they will be glad the have long-term care insurance.

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Having had the foresight to purchase long-term care insurance before the onslaught of the disease, Rachel's slow cellular regression only caused her mind-numbing physical pain, without the usual financial compliment to it.

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