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1. Does a Qualifying Event occur when a husband drops coverage under his employer’s group health plan because he is taking coverage under his wife’s employer’s plan?
2. What could happen if the General COBRA Notice is not sent?
3. Generally speaking, COBRA is applicable to the group health plan(s) of employers that:
4. Which of the following types of employees are “counted” for COBRA purposes?
5. A company has employees in every US State and offers indemnity, PPO and HMO health plan coverage to its employees. An employee quits and moves from a state where he had coverage under a regional HMO plan to a state where the only health plan offered is the indemnity plan. Must the company offer this plan to the qualifier?
6. Can a COBRA participant also have Medicare coverage?
7. What is a COBRA qualifying event?
8. After electing continuation, how many days does the qualified beneficiary have to make the first payment of all premiums due?
9. A plan covers domestic partners. Are they eligible for COBRA when an employee has a Qualifying Event?
10. COBRA regulations require that the General Rights Notice of COBRA rights must be sent to the covered individual(s) within _____ days of the date they first become covered under the plan?
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