Connecticut seniors could face sizable Medigap rate increases
Hartford Courant, September 29, 2008
Thousands of Connecticut senior citizens could face some of the largest premium increases in years on their Medicare supplement insurance as insurers seek regulators' approval for 2009 rate increases as high as 12 or 15%. The Connecticut Insurance Department approved rate increases mostly in the 8.4% to 10% range for 2009 on Medicare supplements sold by United Healthcare Insurance Co. to AARP members.
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