Long-term care insurance company ratings are conducted by three major insuance companies and they are A.M Best Company, Moody's Investor Service and Standard and Poor's. It is important to look up the ratings of the insurance companies because this will dictate your policy's affordability, strenght and flexibility.

Since rates of insurance for long-term care are consistently rising today, you need to find a company that is financially stable, can meet your expectations when filing for claims and providing high quality products and services. By knowing the ratings of your chosen company, you will be able to make a sound decision and choose a policy that can help secure your future and your family's future as well. Here are some resources that you can use as a guide when looking up the right long term care insurance company for you: http://www.aaltci.org/long-term-care...ny-ratings.php, http://www.ltcoptions.com/long-term-...nce-companies/ and http://www.ltcsales.com/long-term-ca...y-ratings.html. I hope these things can help you choose the right insurance company for you.