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Plaintiffs' lawyers analyze possible LTCI case triggers

Some conflicts may involve the definition of
Some conflicts may involve the definition of "residence." (AP Photo/Wally Santana)

Legal disputes involving U.S. long-term care insurance (LTCI) coverage are much more likely to focus on how an insurer is interpreting the policy terms than on whether the insured needs care.

Corinne Chandler and Glenn Kantor, partners at Kantor & Kantor who have represented LTCI policyholders, give that assessment in an article published in a recent issue of Trial, a magazine published by the American Association for Justice.

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