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Check Your COBRA Eligibility

COBRA is a federal law. Not a company.

The U.S. Department of Labor oversees the federal COBRA law. The first requirement is that employers with 20 or more employees must make their health plan available if they would lose their insurance plan due to a qualifying event. This is known as COBRA continuation coverage.

There are eligibility conditions to meet before you apply. Take the COBRA eligibility survey to find out if you qualify to continue your most recent work health insurance after the employer stops paying for it.

COBRA Average Cost: $438/month

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COBRA Eligibility Survey

Complete this survey to find out if you are eligible for COBRA. 

Not all qualifying events that may end workplace health insurance are included. It is intended to be helpful.

Qualifying Events For Employees In The Workplace

These events apply to the covered individual who holds employer-sponsored health insurance coverage. These events allow you to stay covered for up to 18 months.

Qualifying Events For Spouses and Dependent Children

These events apply to qualified beneficiaries when there is a relationship change between the insurance policy dependents and the covered employee. In these situations, you may qualify for COBRA coverage for up to 36 months.

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Short-Term Health Insurance is a popular, affordable solution to cover gaps in coverage while you are between Major Medical plans.


*Eligibility for short term medical insurance is based on age and state availability.

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