Can anyone explain (simply) how Cobra works.. related to my health insurance??
If you had health insurance on your job, and for some reason (other than misconduct, such as stealing), you have an opportunity to continue with your health insurance. Of course, your old employer will not pay for it, because you no longer work there. My suggestion is for you to go to your state government office (unemployment office) and ask questions and for the help that you need. The total cost of your insurance, under Cobra, will be less than other methods available to you, more than likely.
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