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Health Insurance Continuation In New Hampshire

If you worked for a business with 20 or more employees and quit your job or were let go, you have the right to continue on your former employer's health insurance plan for up to 18 months under the federal COBRA act. In New Hampshire, electing to continue your...

Understanding COBRA in Nevada

COBRA is a federal law that applies to businesses with 20 or more employees. This law compels employers to provide their group health plan to workers and their families after that insurance would normally end. In Nevada, you may continue your work health insurance...

Nebraska Makes COBRA Available For Small Businesses

In Nebraska, workers are allowed to continue on their employer's health insurance plan if that coverage would end for any reason. This right is made available by the federal COBRA act for employers with 20 or more employees. When you elect to continue your health...

Montana Extends COBRA With Public Health Service Act

COBRA is a federal law that allows workers to continue on an employer's group health insurance after that coverage would end due to loss of hours or the end of employment. When you elect COBRA continuation, your previous health plan is restarted and retroactive to the...

Rules For COBRA in Mississippi

Under the Federal COBRA Act, businesses in Mississippi with 20 or more employees are required to provide insurance continuation to workers and their families if their group health plan would end under federal COBRA laws. If you elect COBRA Insurance, you are...

COBRA Rules In Minnesota

Much of the the Minnesota Continuation and Coverage law (MN Stat. Sec. 62A.16) is the same as the Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1985. The main exception is that it covers all Minnesotans that lose group health insurance coverage. The federal COBRA...

Maryland and COBRA Insurance Law

The federal COBRA law and Maryland both provide for worker continuation coverage of employer-sponsored health insurance in the event of job loss or a qualified family event happens where plan beneficiaries would lose their insurance. The insurance for the terminated...

How Louisiana Handles COBRA Insurance

In the state of Louisiana , workers may continue employer-sponsored health insurance with either federal COBRA or the State’s Mini-COBRA law. The Federal COBRA Act is in place for companies with 20 or more employees. The law requires employers to provide a notice of...

Arizona and COBRA Insurance

In Arizona, workers have the choice to continue their workplace insurance with either federal COBRA or the State's Mini-COBRA law, depending on their situation. Both options have similar requirements. Like federal COBRA, the Arizona Mini COBRA law (A.R.S. § 20-2330),...

How Texas Handles COBRA Continuation Insurance

The federal COBRA law applies to companies with 20 or more employees. If you are let go, your hours reduced or have another qualifying event that triggers a COBRA open enrollment period, your employer must offer you a continuation of the same health benefits that you...

3 Reasons Temporary Health Insurance Is Better Than COBRA

3 Reasons Temporary Health Insurance Is Better Than COBRA

Register For A Quote When you’re facing a loss of medical coverage due to temporary gaps in employment or another factor, purchasing COBRA coverage could initially seem like the right choice to protect your health and finances. Under COBRA Act, employers with 20...

COBRA and a Special Enrollment Period with the Affordable Care Act

Losing or quitting your job can be a very tough time. It can be confusing, especially when your benefits are tied to your employment. Even more complicating is that the Affordable Care Act may seem confusing. Although it seems like you're out of luck, that's likely...

COBRA Insurance in Ohio

Continuation of insurance coverage with the federal COBRA act requires businesses with 20 or more employees to offer a continuation of group health benefits after job separation. You are entitled to this benefit if you quit your job, were fired, laid off or had your...

How Missouri State Continuation Works With COBRA Insurance

The Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act (COBRA) applies to groups with 20 or more full-time employees who work at least 50% of business hours. COBRA allows an employee the right to continue insurance under the group health plan for a period of 18 months...

How Michigan Handles COBRA Health Insurance Law

In the United States, workers and their families that have employer-sponsored group health insurance have the right to continue that insurance if it were to stop due to job loss or a change in the immediate family. This right is protected by the Federal COBRA Act that...

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