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By: Phyllis H.
Great American Insurance
Headquartered in Cincinnati this company has been in business for over 100 years . It must be doing something right! Even though it's large, you can get personal attention for your questions and accounts.
By: Phyllis H.
Schwierling Insurance
So happy to have worked with this agency for many years. Good advice, prompt attention to claims, and no hard sales pitch make us satisfied customers.
By: Phyllis H.
Western & Southern Life
Have done business with them for many years and am happy with the service provided. No hard sell and questions answered to my satisfaction.
By: Scott H.
Hettesheimer Insurance Agency Inc
Outstanding ServiceWe have been dealing with Denise Salyers at Hettesheimer Insurance for over 10 years. She has always given us outstanding service when helping us select our company's health insurance products. She is very knowledgeable and goes out of her way to help us in any way she can. Many of our employees have called her for advice as well. We would not even consider using any other agent for our health insurance needs.-Carol H.
By: Phyllis H.
E John Rewwer CLU
A really great dentist with a staff to match. He has compassion for those of us with dental phobias and makes sure to keep you comfortable during procedures. An entirely different dental experience than my youth. I can't say it's my favorite thing to do, but you are in good hands with Dr. Rewwer.
By: John H.
Schwierling Insurance
An agency run by good honest people. For fifty years they have been there when I needed them. This agency has been run by several generations of the local family.
By: corrector1
Cinti Insurance Board
This information is incorrect. The cincinnati insurance Company is not located at this address. The website is also wrong. The Telephone number for the Cincinnati Insurance Board is wrong. It should be 513-533-1200It has been impossible to communicate with anyone to correct this infomation. Don't beleive any information on this site.
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By: Barbara P.
Portman Insurance
Truly outstanding customer service from.Patrick. He helped get into a better auto insurance policy .. who says you can't get more and spend less. I did.. Thank you Patrick
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By: Kathie C.
Allstate Insurance: Glen Richards
I switched over to Allstate because of their lower rates, but I'm switching back to my old Nationwide agent. I'll pay more but I will getting good service. This is by far the worst agency (not Allstate but this particular office) I have ever encountered in my 40 years of adulthood. Nice on the phone but totally incompetent.
By: Steve J.
Assisted Transition-Greater
Free service and guidance really helped our family place our loved one in a senior community. The company was patient , knowledgeable understanding.
Tips & Advices
Long-term care insurance premiums are typically tax deductible if they exceed 10 percent of your adjusted gross income. The amount that you can deduct increases with your age. For those under 40, the maximum deduction is around $410. For those who are older than 70, the maximum deduction comes in at roughly $5,100.
Long-term insurance premiums may go up over time. Prices are based on the insurance company's projections regarding future expenses. If insurance companies find themselves facing more claims from their policyholders than they had forecast, they may seek to handle these expenses by raising rates. Before rates can be increased, insurance companies must get approval from your state's insurance regulators.
If you become disabled, long-term care insurance will cover some or all expenses associated with hiring a nursing professional to provide skilled and qualified home care. Long-term care insurance will also cover expenses associated with assisted living, adult daycare, hospice care, respite care, and nursing home facilities.
Long-term care insurance is necessary because the costs associated with long-term care can be burdensome and overwhelming. If you need this type of care and are without insurance, you run the risk of having these expenses drain your savings or retirement funds, and this could put you on the road to bankruptcy.
Long-term care insurance is not the same as disability insurance. Disability insurance replaces part of your income if illness prevents you from working. Long-term care insurance pays some or all of the expenses associated with care received at home or at a nursing facility if disability requires you to seek the assistance of a caregiver.

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