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Great...

Good news... Robert's Short Term Disability paperwork arrived, starting his short term disability on August 14. (which is a week after he disappeared, it was the day he was brought out of the coma ironically.

Bad news... One of the letters enclosed. It is entitled: Re: Insurance Benefits: Non-Eligibility for FMLA

The important part is:
Because you have not been employed with [Company Name] for one year, you are not eligible for FMLA benefits protection at this time. Accordingly your employer subsidized health coverage ended on August 13, 2007. However you may continue your health coverage at your own expense in accordance to COBRA regulations. Upon return from your leave of absence, your employer subsidized benefits will be returned in the same manner and at the same levels as provided when the leave began, without any new qualification period.
I'm going to talk to the Social Worker at the Acute Rehab Center and find out what can be done if anything, have her look at the paperwork and all.

I guess that this is another thing that I have to file in the "It will work out... somehow" bin for today.
elfwench: (Default)
Great...

Good news... Robert's Short Term Disability paperwork arrived, starting his short term disability on August 14. (which is a week after he disappeared, it was the day he was brought out of the coma ironically.

Bad news... One of the letters enclosed. It is entitled: Re: Insurance Benefits: Non-Eligibility for FMLA

The important part is:
Because you have not been employed with [Company Name] for one year, you are not eligible for FMLA benefits protection at this time. Accordingly your employer subsidized health coverage ended on August 13, 2007. However you may continue your health coverage at your own expense in accordance to COBRA regulations. Upon return from your leave of absence, your employer subsidized benefits will be returned in the same manner and at the same levels as provided when the leave began, without any new qualification period.
I'm going to talk to the Social Worker at the Acute Rehab Center and find out what can be done if anything, have her look at the paperwork and all.

I guess that this is another thing that I have to file in the "It will work out... somehow" bin for today.

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