Did you buy, or are insured under, a CNA Casualty Company policy for long-term care coverage or any other long-term care policy? Did your rates increase beyond what was represented?

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Case Status
Motion to Dismiss Denied (In Full or in Part)
Practice Areas
U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois
Case Number
CNA Financial Corp.
File Date

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The lawsuit claims CNA enticed would-be customers with empty promises of low, stable insurance premiums that would not increase unless premiums increased for everyone of the same age and coverage plan. Despite its own promises, CNA increased the premium of the lawsuit’s plaintiff by 95 percent, and admitted the increase was not uniform for everyone in the same age category or premium class.

When it marketed the Policy to plaintiff, CNA provided a brochure that assured plaintiff and class members that the Policy would provide long-term stability and that Plaintiff and other class members would not be subject to disparate or discriminatory rate increases.

The lawsuit explains CNA’s actual practices: “Rather than obtaining peace of mind, these insureds suffer with the uncertainty of future premium increases, the risk of long-term care expenses that could arise, and the unavailability of affordable coverage alternatives now that they have reached a more advanced age.”


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