Legal Advice for COBRA — 11 results
Written by attorney Vincent White, about 2 years ago.
Your Employer has up to 30 days after termination to provide proper notice of COBRA benefits.
Generally, the civil penalty for failure to provide benefits is up to $110.00 per day per... more
Written by Avvo Staff, about 4 years ago.
The Consolidated Omnibus Reconciliation Act (COBRA), passed in 1986, helps employees and their families continue their group health insurance coverage after leaving a job. The coverage is... more
Written by attorney Howard M Lewis, almost 2 years ago.
There federal law known as COBRA is designed to continue health insurance coverage in circumstances such as job loss, death, and divorce. You may eligible to continue your health insurance... more
Written by attorney Tamara Freeze, about 4 years ago.
COBRA Eligibility To eligible for COBRA, you must have been enrolled in your employer's health plan when you worked and the health plan must continue to be in effect for active employees.... more
Written by attorney Christine Roberts, about 3 years ago.
Since 1989, failures to comply with the continuation coverage requirements of COBRA have potentially triggered excise taxes under IRC 4980B on those responsible for the error, equal to $... more
Written by attorney David Veazey, about 4 years ago.
Often when a person first faces a
life-changing disabling event, difficult financial questions will arise. The first question: How will I replace my
lost income if I cannot work? The... more
Written by attorney Jared Callister, almost 4 years ago.
On March 31, 2009, the IRS released Notice 2009-27 to provide additional guidance on the COBRA premium subsidy under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA). Under ARRA,... more
Written by attorney Suzanne Griffiths, about 4 years ago.
Health insurance through your employer If you are employed and your employer offers health benefits, probably one of the best options for acquiring health insurance post-divorce is through... more
Written by attorney Howard M Lewis, over 1 year ago.
COBRA es una ley federal que le da derecho a cobertura continua en el plan de un empleador de salud de grupo, incluso si se ha de tener derecho a participar debido a la prdida del trabajo o... more
Written by attorney Daniel Holliday, about 2 years ago.
Social Security Disability, Medicare and COBRA
COBRA, an acronym for the Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1985, intersects with both Social Security disability and... more
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