Here are some basic questions to ask yourself before you leave the office.
How much time does leave have?
How much will I be able to do?
Will I have to work on weekends?
Will there be any extra pay for the extra time?
What’s the schedule?
Will my employer reimburse me for my time off?
Will they give me time off for travel?
Is it possible to take my children to school or babysit?
If I’m sick, will my family doctor take me to the hospital?
Will the family doctor be able see me?
What if I can’t get home?
Will you be able get back to work?
If you can’t leave early, will there be a work stoppage?
What are my options if I’m unable to leave early?
Can I take a sick day?
Are there any changes to my employer’s policy?
Can you get more time off, or leave more quickly?
What happens if I miss work?
How long do I have until I get back?
Can my employer help me?
How soon after I leave do I need to get my car?
What about my home and car insurance?
Will it cover my car and insurance?
What kind of insurance do I receive?
Is there a deductible?
What type of medical insurance do my employers have?
What is the limit on how much I can have?
Will employers be able collect money from me?
Will family members pay for medical insurance?
Do I have a contract that says I can be fired if I don’t get back in?
What other benefits do I get?
What will happen to my savings?
Will this be covered by insurance?
Are you covered under your company’s health plan?
Can other people get sick in your workplace?
How do I tell my boss if I have been sick?
Will parents be able visit me if they’re sick?
What do I do if I get a cold?
Will anyone be able help me get my children vaccinated?
Will kids have to wear masks while in school?
What can I do to avoid getting sick?
Can anyone use my medical information to sue me?
Can someone sue me for what I did?
What else should I know?
Can a lawyer be hired to help?
What rights do I possess if I go to court?
Will a court have jurisdiction over me?
Who can I call to get legal advice?
What does it mean to sue someone?
Who should I call if I need legal help?
Can lawyers help?
What are my rights?
What am I entitled to in a lawsuit?
How can I make a claim?
What protections do I enjoy if I am sued?
What should I do in the event of a lawsuit I lose?
Is my medical data private?
Can people sue me if I tell someone about my health?
Can insurance companies get a copy of my medical records?
Can an employer sue me over my medical care?
How should I make my medical insurance decisions?
What medical insurance policies do I qualify for?
How often can I go without medical insurance in a year?
Will insurance companies be able deduct medical expenses?
Is the hospital system regulated?
Will workers be able negotiate wages with employers?
Will someone be able sue me when I have health insurance?
Is insurance company liability protection available?
What insurance companies are covered by?
Are medical workers covered?
What policies are out there?
Are they safe?
Can employers use your medical information?
Can doctors get fired if they take sick?
Are people covered by the National Health Insurance?
What plans are available to them?
What the ACA means to people living with pre-existing conditions.
What the law says about people who have pre-existing conditions.
How do you get health insurance coverage if you have pre, post-existing medical conditions?
Can insurers charge me more for a pre-conditioned coverage?
What kinds of coverage are out for pre-conditions?
Can they change the terms of a preconditioned insurance policy?
How does it work if I lose insurance?
Can private insurance companies sue you for preexisting conditions?
Does insurance company coverage have to be health insurance to be legal?
Can workers and employers sue?
What it means for people with preexisting medical problems.
What are the ACA’s protections for people living in poverty.
Is this insurance a good idea for people who are elderly?
What you need to know about pre-contraceptive coverage.
How to get the health insurance that works for you.
What you can do if you can see your insurance agent.
How long can I be on pre-payment insurance?
What you can expect if you get sick.
Is there an emergency benefit or subsidy?
Does this insurance offer health care for a covered condition?
How to know if your insurance covers a preconditions or health condition.
What happens when someone is diagnosed with cancer.
What do you need when you get your insurance?
If your insurance isn’t working for youHow do they do it?
What types of health insurance do you qualify for, and what