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Unfortunately, if you were under your employer's insurance, they are allowed to make you pay for your benefits to have coverage, but they cannot terminate your insurance without you having received notice to either pay or it would be terminated. If you never received notice prior to cancellation, then you need to file your complaint with the Department of Labor
, since they handle COBRA
and FMLA violations, which is what this would come under.
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