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Re: [IP] COBRA



AS I recall, after the 18 month period, you're on your own (taking into
regard that you haven't gotten any other Insurance by then)  They may be
expensive (COBRAS), however, they can be a lifesaver while they are in
effect.

David
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-----Original Message-----
From: jan hughey <email @ redacted>
To: IP List <email @ redacted>
Date: 30 November, 1999 3:06 PM
Subject: [IP] COBRA


>
>>From: Joanne <email @ redacted>
>>Subject: Re: [IP] cobra question/pre-existing condition
>>
>>Since the cobra coverage is retroactive to the end of "normal" coverage,
>>there is no break in coverage.
>>
>But, doesn't COBRA only last something like 18 months? What if doesn't find
>coverage at that point?
>
>Jan (60 y/o, T-1 11/5/50, pumping 8/83)
>
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