ALTERED LONG-TERM-CARE POLICY DOESN'T COVER BOARDING HOME STAY McDermott v. Life Investors Ins. Co. | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

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ALTERED LONG-TERM-CARE POLICY DOESN'T COVER BOARDING HOME STAY McDermott v. Life Investors Ins. Co.

10 No. 11 ANNHLTGR 7Andrews Nursing Home Litigation Reporter (Approx. 3 pages)

ALTERED LONG-TERM-CARE POLICY DOESN'T COVER BOARDING HOME STAY McDermott v. Life Investors Ins. Co.

10 No. 11 ANNHLTGR 7Andrews Nursing Home Litigation Reporter (Approx. 3 pages)

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Andrews Nursing Home Litigation Reporter
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ALTERED LONG-TERM-CARE POLICY DOESN'T COVER BOARDING HOME STAY

McDermott v. Life Investors Ins. Co.

A long-term-care insurance policy that provides benefits for nursing home stays does not cover a Washington woman's stay at a licensed boarding home for Alzheimer's patients, a federal judge has ruled.
McDermott et al. v. Life Investors Insurance Co....
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