The above-posed headline query in today's blog post spells a core -- as well as deeply frightening -- concern for many long-term care policyholders in Oklahoma and across the country.
Here's a for-real business strategy employed by many insurance companies in response to policyholders' bona-fide coverage claims, as sadly evidenced quite often in media reports across the country: simply do nothing until compelled to do so.
Insured individuals, families and businesses in Oklahoma and across the country know well from experience that insurance companies are tight with their dollars.
Whether man-made or from natural causes, earthquakes raise alarm and anxiety. For those who live in Oklahoma, the rumblings of earth are daily events. In fact, the frequency of human-induced earthquakes is on the rise, and a recent geological study warns that almost 3 million people will probably experience the effects of a human-induced earthquake of sizable magnitude in the near future.