2010 Wisconsin Code
Chapter 632. Insurance contracts in specific lines.
632.82 Renewability of long-term care insurance policies.


632.82 Renewability of long-term care insurance policies. Notwithstanding s. 631.36 (2) to (5), the commissioner shall, by rule, require long-term care insurance policies that are issued on an individual basis to include a provision restricting the insurer's ability to terminate or alter the long-term care insurance policy except for nonpayment of premium. The rule may specify exceptions to the restriction, including exceptions that allow insurers to do any of the following:


(1) Change the rates charged on a long-term care insurance policy if the rate change is made on a class basis.


(2) Refuse to renew a long-term care insurance policy if conditions specified in the rule are satisfied. The conditions shall, at a minimum, require all of the following:


(a) That the nonrenewal be on other than an individual basis.


(b) That the insurer demonstrate to the commissioner that renewal will affect the insurer's solvency or loss experience as specified in the rule.

632.82 - ANNOT.

History: 1989 a. 31.

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