My normal health care requires me to be a full time employee working 40 hours a week. I had a seizure on the job, and can no longer drive a forklift. I have tried to return doing other duties, but they have said they have nothing for me. They placed me on short term disability, and are sending me a cobra package while cancelling my regular health insurance because I’m currently working 40 hours a week. I have worked there 17 years. While on Short Term disability should my regular medical insurance be covered? If it is, where can I find something to prove this to my company in black and white? I’m an Illiniois state resident.
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I paid for short term disability through my employer when I was employed. Then I got an illness and had to have several surgeries in succession and I lost my job. I filed a claim which they received 1 month and 2 weeks ago. After 1 month they asked for 2 more forms to be filled out; 1 by my ex-employer and 1 more by my doctor (Which I think was a duplicate). That was one week ago. I contacted the sales lady, and she said she is working on it, and I should receive an answer on this coming Tuesday (day after MLK Day). Should I file a complaint before that date comes with the state or wait to see if they attempt to delay my payment more?
The coverage was in place at the time the claim was filed and a payment was made for the month before I was let go.
Ok…here is the story. My best friend (a guy) has had his girlfriend living with him for over a year. Back in January she told him that she did not think she was going to be able to continue paying her share of the rent and utilities because she had just become employed. She told my friend that the unemployment she was receiving was barely enough to cover the COBRA insurance she had paid in January and was about to pay in February. She made a deal with my friend (which was put in writing) that said she would not have to pay her share of the expenses starting March until she got a job. At that point she would then begin repaying him. Well, he knew she had an illness that required her to have the medical insurance so he agreed to the deal. However, everything was not as it appeared.
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…and it cost $5717.28 is that what I’m supposed to pay monthly or yearly or for the whole 20 years?
I have high blood pressure. but it’s controlled since i’m taking medicine and eating healthy.
I have one son from previous marriage. I’m 49 years old.
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