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  1. What does "Gross Misconduct" Mean?What does "Gross Misconduct" Mean?
    Although illegal or dangerous acts committed in the workplace are likely to qualify as gross misconduct, the acts need not be criminal or otherwise unlawful in nature. In some instances, even acts tha...

  2. A client has been terminated and federally investigated for gross misconduct and pending charges is he qualified for cobra??A client has been terminated and federally investigated for gross misconduct and pending charges is he qualified for cobra??
    Q A client has been terminated and federally investigated for gross misconduct and pending charges is he qualified for cobra?? A: Although illegal or dangerous acts committed in the workplace are li...

  3. Cobra CoverageCobra Coverage
    ...vious employer has 20 or more employees; Your employment was not terminated as a result of "gross misconduct" on your part; You had your health insurance through your employer's group health plan;...

  4. Have not received anything from companyHave not received anything from company
    ...e able to make much of a case for the accusations, but I'm not sure if this would fall under "gross misconduct". If so, how I would fight that in order to be eligible for COBRA? A: Firstly, remembe...

  5. Life InsuranceLife Insurance
    ... a continuation of the same benefits when someone has left their job for a reason other than "gross misconduct." Generally, once COBRA has been exhausted, there is nothing requiring that company to...

  6. No COBRA information sent by employer.No COBRA information sent by employer.
    ... you were on while you were employed there; and - You weren't terminated as a result of "gross misconduct". Your employer legally has up to 45 days to get to you the information you need to e...

  7. coverage of pre existing issuecoverage of pre existing issue
    ...ling errors. Will the new insurance cover this surgery? A: If you were not terminated for "gross misconduct", then you are eligible for COBRA, and for the health plan that your previous employer wi...

  8. Eligible for COBRA?Eligible for COBRA?
    ...vious employer has 20 or more employees; Your employment was not terminated as a result of "gross misconduct" on your part; You had your health insurance through your employer's group health plan;...

  9. Not eligible for cobraNot eligible for cobra
    ...efit of a group health plan through your employer. Your termination must not have been for "gross misconduct." If all of these stipulations apply, you should speak with your previous employer ag...

  10. Cobra CoverageCobra Coverage
    ...d health insurance on a group policy, and you had to have left on terms that did not include "gross misconduct" on your part. If your employer does meet this criteria, then you should have legall...

  11. no employer notification of Cobra benefitsno employer notification of Cobra benefits
    ...vious employer has 20 or more employees; Your employment was not terminated as a result of "gross misconduct" on your part; You had your health insurance through your employer's group health plan;...

  12. Dental coverageDental coverage
    ...the day before you or your employer terminated your employment (as long as it was not due to "gross misconduct"). In order to start that, you need to get the COBRA information packet from your previou...

  13. Retirement and Medicare EntitlementRetirement and Medicare Entitlement
    ...vious employer has 20 or more employees; Your employment was not terminated as a result of "gross misconduct" on your part; You had your health insurance through your employer's group health plan;...

  14. Cobra coverageCobra coverage
    ... COBRA. The employer must have 20 or more employees, and you must not have been dismissed for gross misconduct in order for COBRA to apply to your situation. Remember, COBRA continuation is very e...

  15. cobra coveragecobra coverage
    ...hs or 18 months of cobra coverage from the most recent employer? Job loss is not due to any type of misconduct. A: You are typically eligible for up to 18 months of COBRA continuation from the qual...

  16. cobra coveragecobra coverage
    ...hs or 18 months of cobra coverage from the most recent employer? Job loss is not due to any type of misconduct. A: You are typically eligible for up to 18 months of COBRA continuation from the qual...

  17. COBRA in a new stateCOBRA in a new state
    Q: I was recently let go from my job in Massachusetts (not for misconduct) and had to move out of state to live with family in Utah in order to make ends meet and seek employment. My wife is currently...

  18. Cobra Coordinator MisconductCobra Coordinator Misconduct
    Q: Earlier this year I had been paying for continuing Cobra coverage through an employer I had just left. My daughter had pre-approved oral surgery last September. I received a notice from our denta...

  19. Lapse in Coverage until MedicareLapse in Coverage until Medicare
    ...evious employer has 20 or more employees; His employment was not terminated as a result of "gross misconduct" on his part; He had his health insurance through his employer's group health plan; and...

  20. health ins (mental illness)health ins (mental illness)
    ...your work hours reduced. If she is within 60 days of leaving her job for reasons other than "gross misconduct", her employer had more than 20 employees, and she was on her employer's group health pla...

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