- Facing Reality
- First Steps
- Know Your Options
- Do Nothing
- Depend on Family and Friends
- Purchase Insurance
- Next Steps
- How much does LTC cost in your county?
- The California Partnership Direct Mail Campaign Mailer
- Caregiving Resources
- Federal Long-Term Care Policy Information
- Consumer Rate Guide: Long-Term Care Insurance
- Medicare Educational Information
- Taking Care of Tomorrow
- California Agencies
- The Health Insurance Counseling and Advocacy (HICAP)
- 3in4 Need More
- Planning Tools
- Partnership-certified companies
- Field Poll Results Show Californians Are Unprepared
- Agent Resource Center (Agents only)
- Frequently Asked Questions
- California's Sandwich Generation Caregivers
- Will Boomers Bust the Budget?
- LTC Insurance and Taxes
California Partnership for Long-Term CareCare given to someone who can no longer perform activities of daily living. Agent Pledge
I am qualified and licensed to sell California Partnership for Long-Term Care policies.
I agree that I will not present myself as a representative of or that I am specifically endorsed by the State of California or the Partnership.
I agree to work these leads in a timely manner making an initial contact effort within fourteen days of the lead assignment.
I agree to update the progress of my selling efforts utilizing TL LeadManager or through a paper fax-back procedure furnished to me.
Failure to proceed in a timely manner may be cause to have my leads removed. Complaints logged against me by California consumers will be investigated when my conduct and professionalism are under question. Verification of these complaints could be cause for my removal from this lead program.
I agree to abide by California Insurance Code: 10234.8. (a) With regard to long-term care insurance, all insurers, brokers, agents, and others engaged in the business of insurance owe a policyholder or a prospective policyholder a duty of honesty, and a duty of good faith and fair dealing. (b) Conduct of an insurer, broker, or agent during the offer and sale of a policy previous to the purchase is relevant to any action alleging a breach of the duty of honesty, and a duty of good faith and fair dealing.