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Long-Term Care

OFFERING TRUSTED LONG TERM CARE INSURANCE IN ENCINO, CA, SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, AND NATIONWIDE

As your loved ones age, there is a chance they may become unable to care for themselves. They may struggle with daily tasks such as eating and getting dressed. These types of chronic conditions necessitate long-term care. Navigating your options for covering these expenses—typically through permanent life insurance with long-term care—can be stressful, especially combined with the emotional burden. Fortunately, Boxer Insurance Services can help you find the right long term care assistance or chronic illness insurance plan for your situation. We offer a variety of plans and options to help pay for the care when needed. Get in touch with one of the top long term care insurance companies in Encino, CA today—call Boxer Insurance Services to learn more about how we can help you find the right plan.

Is Long Term Care Insurance Insurance Worth It?

Long-term care is typically associated with cancer, heart attacks, strokes, etc. Investing in long-term care insurance, or chronic illness insurance, provides coverage for medical emergencies and provides peace of mind knowing you are covered. This may be beneficial if your costs are not covered by your health insurance.

The average length of time needing care is three years. The cost of care today can be $9,000 per month ($108K annually) or more, in a residential or assisted living facility, or nursing home. Get in touch with us to see how you can save!

Reach Out to Our Insurance Firm Today

Our insurance firm is here to help you find a chronic or critical illness insurance plan that helps you cover costs. We will take the time to understand your circumstances so that we can provide you with an option that fits your individual needs. Contact us today to learn more!

We offer assistance for those in Encino, Los Angeles, Calabasas, Burbank, Santa Clarita, Studio City, and Westlake Village.

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