Colorado Cobra Insurance Resource
If you work for an employer that has over 20 full-time employees: Then federal COBRA law applies, go to COBRA summary
Has Colorado enacted a Law similar to COBRA for business with fewer than 20 full-time employees?
Yes, as of Jan, 1st 1998, employees that work for an employer that has 2-19 employees can get COBRA if declined for coverage due to pre-existing condition. COBRA vs. Colorado Continuation Employees are eligible based in the Colorado Uninsurable Health Insurance Plan (CUHIP). This is a Colorado State run program. You can goto: COVER COLORADO, state run uninsurable plan.
For COBRA (employer groups over 20+ employees) inquires or question you should contact the Department of Labor:
Department of Labor - Colorado Area
San Francisco Regional Office 71
Stevenson St, Ste 915
P.O. Box 190250
San Francisco, CA 94119-0250
Phone: 415-975-4600 Fax: 975-4588
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