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Author: jasmada One star, 50 posts Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 19483  
Subject: Re: Long Term Care Statistics Date: 2/24/2000 10:41 PM
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Statistics don't really mean much if you are the one requiring long term care (this would qualify as a true statment). It's amazing to me how many people
will purchase earthquake insurance in an area that historically has never suffered any real damage, and yet get hung
up on LTC (they like to sail...up the river "de Nial"). In 50 years of driving a vehicle I have never had an accident or a ticket or a claim (if you are a "reeeeaaaallllyyyyy safe driver I would say drop that coverage). Guess I should cancel my auto coverage, eh? (do it fast Pixy sates the the statistics for auto accidents are even less like 1 in 240 instead of 1 in 4 for long term care so you can drop it and he will pay any damages)
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