MetLife has been around since 1868 and is one of the “founding fathers” of long-term care insurance, having offered coverage since the 1980s. Few companies can match MetLife’s reputation as an American icon and a company that millions of Americans have put their trust in.
MetLife sold individual Long Term Care Insurance in most states until 2011. At that time they chose to stop offering the product to new customers in all states. There has been speculation amongst industry pundits that they again may choose to -re-enter the market as interest rates move up, nothing official has been reported.
Although MetLife stopped selling the LTC product, there are numerous other companies that still offer the coverage. If you’d like to learn more about those companies and their Long Term Care Insurance options fill in the form below.