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Do I have a case to fight this in some way? Without knowing whether UK legislation has a superseding provision in this regard, you seemingly have a meritorious position from the standpoint of contract law. Your employment provided medical insurance as a benefit, [I assume] you accrued that benefit, and sought to use it while you were still employed there. ...


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The statute of limitations is 3 years from the injury. If you were to sue in court, you would sue as a representative of the estate of the deceased on behalf of surviving relatives. The principle is that you are representing the interests of the victim, so you inherit the legal obligations of the victim, in particular the obligatory arbitration clause. In ...


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The Emergency Medical Treatment and Active Labor Act is a federal law which requires that a hospital emergency department to provide a medical screening examination, if the hospital accepts Medicare payments (therefore, nearly all hospitals). This imposes an obligation on the hospital and not the individual doctor; it also does not require full treatment ...


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My understanding is that you do not get to pick a plan, but rather if laid off you are able to select the COBRA option for the insurance you have signed up for. Normally this will happen at a substantially higher rate, and it is time limited to 36 months. Costs are capped at 102% of the employer's current rate. You did not indicate what state you are in; ...


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