How do I reach COBRA’s customer service?

COBRA Insurance is actually the name of a federal law and not a company. All employers with 20 or more full-time workers are required to offer COBRA which is the same work health insurance you had.

The COBRA law compells the employer to:

Please note: If you have questions regarding an existing COBRA plan, you will need to reach out to the businesses COBRA administrator.

Your COBRA Plan Administrator

The customer service you receive from COBRA is through your former employer’s plan administrator. This may be someone in the HR department or a third-party. Common third-party COBRA Administrators include ADP, Discovery Benefits and WageWorks.

Existing Plans

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During regular business hours, one of our licensed insurance agents will be available to answer your COBRA questions.

Hours Of Operation

Monday thru Friday, 6 a.m. – 5 p.m., EST

If you need assistance in understanding your COBRA rights or want to discuss short-term medical plans you may call a licensed insurance agents for advice.

Call – 1-877-262-7241

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Employer Resources

Read the Employer’s Guide To COBRA to understand your company’s responsibilities. Get more information on outsourcing your health and COBRA insurance administration with Third-Party Administrator.

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