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veronica macdonald

From: veronica macdonald Email: [email protected]
On: 09/21/1999 9:06:34 PM
Subject: employment benefits

An employer is late in registering his/her employee for group benefits. As a result, the insurance company requests that the employee submit a doctor's physical examination in order to determine eligibility for benefits. The exam is done, the insurance company denies the employee's eligibility for benefits. In this case, would the employer not be responsible for this denial since he/she NEGLECTED to register the employee in due time? What are the employee's rights? What would be the next plan of action for employee? (this is a Canadian case)


ex ins guy

From: ex ins guy Email:
Subject: RE: employment benefits

Sorry I don't know Canadian Law. But in the US if the employer screws up, and the employee loses, one of 2 things happen. The employer pays for the difference OR The employer fires the employee and ends the problem.(and fights with the insurer to get coverage for the employee if there is any plan sponsor clout)

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