Investigation: Prudential May Have Improperly Increased Your Long-Term Care Insurance Premium

Attorneys at leading consumer rights law firm believe Prudential may have subjected long-term care policyholders to improper premium increases

SEATTLE — Attorneys at Hagens Berman are investigating Prudential for allegedly increasing long-term care (LTC) insurance premiums in an improper manner, and the law firm urges Prudential long-term care insureds to learn about their potential rights regarding rate increases.

If you are insured under Prudential long-term care coverage, find out more about Hagens Berman’s investigation. If you are concerned about large rate increases under a different insurer’s long-term care product, we are happy to review your policy to ensure your rights are protected.

The law firm’s investigation indicates Prudential may be improperly increasing long-term care premiums, and attorneys say the company may have also failed to return premiums to certain policyholders.

“Our loved ones seek long-term care insurance to provide security and peace of mind as they age, and many long-term care policyholders are on fixed incomes. Insurance companies can’t be allowed to profit at the expense of vulnerable groups,” said Rob Carey, partner and executive committee member at Hagens Berman and the attorney leading the investigation.

Hagens Berman attorneys believe Prudential may be imposing long-term care premiums at disparate and discriminatory rates, despite this promise to customers, and refusing to return premiums when due.

Learn more about the investigation into Prudential for alleged improper increases of long-term care insurance premiums.

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