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Deadline for Inclusion in CRT Mitsubishi Settlement is June 13!
MCAG represents thousands of businesses of all sizes including 100's of colleges and universities, and has recovered hundreds of millions of dollars on behalf of their clients. One thing that sets MCAG apart is their ability to leverage their exclusive database to pull together required claim data – even when limited information is supplied by clients.
MCAG’s settlement experts continually search for class actions for which your members may be eligible. Once they register in MCAG’s service, MCAG will notify them of opportunities, determine their eligibility and submit claims on their behalf. There may be certain occasions that require the submission of limited additional information to MCAG, but the process will be as convenient as possible.
If no money is recovered, MCAG does not charge or retain a fee. If money is recovered, Coalition members are charged a special discounted contingent fee of 20% of the obtained recovery. Very little time and effort is required to activate MCAG to recover money from these settlements.
The Coalition and HESS have formed a strategic partnership to increase the opportunities for private nonprofit higher education institutions to leverage their collective buying power to reduce operating costs and streamline operations.
HESS collectively lowers costs and increases collaboration between private colleges and universities in the area of administrative systems and services by focusing on maximizing the effectiveness and efficiency of administrative software services and related technology to meet the increasing needs of diverse users while minimizing the resources used.
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Is Mandatory Long Term Care Insurance Coming to Your State?
Many states are proposing mandatory long term care legislation proposing that all working residents purchase long-term care insurance. Washington State has already implemented. New York and Pennsylvania have filed, and 12 additional states are currently in review with their own version of a mandatory long-term care insurance bill. If these bills pass and a working resident elects not to purchase private LTCi, employers will be obligated to deduct a monthly tax from non-compliant employee paychecks. This new proposal is a result of each state’s Medicaid program budgets being exhausted due to LTC claims.
The Coalition’s LTC Program with Allstate that is managed by AffinityLTC satisfies the minimum requirements for the proposed bills that are currently being reviewed. Massachusetts, Vermont, and New York have special restrictions and conditions regarding LTC insurance, and AffinityLTC is working with A-rated carriers to come up with a solution to allow these states to offer LTCi to meet the potential laws being passed.