Why didn't you take coverage from YOUR employer? Did you sign a waiver at your wife's job? Why weren't you covered at your job? Were you offered COBRA? www.SteveShorr.com/cobra.htm
No. You may have a civil case if you take them to court but it is not automatically covered just because you were doing something on behalf of your employer.
Even though it often depends on the employer, it is usually expected that the employer provide the travel insurance for his or her employees since it relates to the work activity.
A health insurance plan is designed based on what the employer wants. So if a plan says that domestic partners are covered then the employer group is the one that put that wording in the policy. So if an employer wont cover a domestic partner then domestic partners aren't covered company wide.
If you are currently covered on your wife's health Insurance as well you should be fine.
No. Homeowners Insurance does not cover Domestic WorkersDomestic workers are covered under the Workers compensation insurance paid by the employer
That depends upon whether you are covered under FMLA, and the percentage of premium paid by your employer. If you are covered under FMLA, then your employer is required to continue coverage on the same basis as before your leave. For example if your employer was paying half the premium and you were paying half the premium, this arrangement would continue while you are on leave. You would be responsible for continuing these payments. If your employer pays 100% of the premium you would have no payments to make. If you are not covered under FMLA your employer is free to ask you to pay 100% of the premium.
LASIK is usually not covered by insurance but may be covered by your employer in a health savings plan or flexible spending account. You may also pay with pretax dollars in certain cases, and it is usually tax deductible.
If you have collision coverage on your vehicle, the damage is covered under your policy. Your insurance company will then attempt to recover ("subrogate") the responsible parties insurance carrier....or the responsible party directly if they were not covered by insurance. If you do not carry collision coverage on the damaged vehicle, your only avenue of recovery is through the responsible parties insurance carrier or, the responsible party directly if they were not insured.
Yes, because there will probably be a penalty for late enrollment, and your employer's health insurance will probably require you to enroll in Medicare.
This does mean expenses are not covered by insurance. If this is what the divorce decree says, then you are responsible for these bills.
A person must apply to an insurance company to get health insurance not supplied by their employer as part of a benefits package. One would fill out a form regarding the current and past state of their health, and wait to find out how much insurance would be, and what they are covered for.
No, you can opt-out of your employer's group insurance and use your own. Agent http://www.anyhealthinsurance.com
Yes, if you're talking about Employer Group Insurance.
You should purchase liability insurance, yes. Some psychologists are covered by their employer, but it is always advisable to have a policy (1-3 million) of your own.
18-36 months, per COBRA. this is not the same as employer-covered insurance. Please research COBRA.
I have insurance paid for by my employer (primary) and through my husband's employer (secondary). In my experience, I have never had to pay the copay required by my primary because it is covered by my secondary. When I first got married, 2 years ago, I still paid the copay, but the doctor's office would always send me a check for the copay a month later because the secondary paid it.
Generally, the homeowner is responsible for hiring a tree removal company to remove trees that fall on their property. Some damage is covered by homeowner's insurance.Generally, the homeowner is responsible for hiring a tree removal company to remove trees that fall on their property. Some damage is covered by homeowner's insurance.Generally, the homeowner is responsible for hiring a tree removal company to remove trees that fall on their property. Some damage is covered by homeowner's insurance.Generally, the homeowner is responsible for hiring a tree removal company to remove trees that fall on their property. Some damage is covered by homeowner's insurance.
Whoever started the fire is responsible. Hopefully both you and your neighbor are covered by homewoner's insurance.
If they are independent massage therapists then they are not really covered under health insurance. If they are employed by an office or employer, they may be entitled to health insurance, however that depends on the company.
Damage to anything covered by the landlord's insurance, because the landlord owns the property not the renter. Such damage would be covered under homeowner's insurance, because the homeowner owns the property.
Actually, this will be covered by your insurance co.
Where you covered under an Employer Group or Individual Plan? If Employer Group - they would be eligible for COBRA - If Individual - then just tell the Insurance Company to take you off.
Sounds reasonable but is not a given or automatic wage adjustment. She can use this fact to negotiate her salry but the employer is not obligated to make any increase.
Typically, after you are injured at work, an employer will send you to the doctor that is covered by their worker's compensation insurance.
can a employer contact you while you are covered by a sick note