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I operate a small company (6 employees). One of my workers injured himself on the job back in September. It didn't seem major, but he went to see a doctor and a lawyer, and filed a workers comp claim. Saying he's injured, he hasn't worked for me since September.
I've continued to pay for his health insurance ever since. The insurance plan documents say that the company only has to pay for his insurance for 3 months while he's on medical leave.
Can I terminate his health insurance now that the 3 months is up? I'd like to do it, but I don't want it to look like I'm retaliating against him for filing a WC claim, because I'm not.
Employment law for businesses Business insurance Business health insurance Business Employment Employment law and finances Workers' compensation Employee benefits Employee rights FMLA (Family and Medical Leave Act) and employees Sick leave and work hours Termination of employment Wrongful termination of employment