My question involves insurance law for the state of: GA. A person gets laid off from a job. They elect to not take cobra but instead find health insurance individually. Then providers such as doctors and pharmacies who have been notified that the old health insurance is no longer valid, continue to bill the old insurance and low and behold, get paid! Even though several times they are told the person no longer works for the company they still try to bill the old insurance. IT appears that the old employer has continued in error, to pay the premiums for the employee that no longer works there. My question is, if the old employer finds out that they have paid the premiums in error and that the health insurance was billed and paid claims, will the previous employer then come after the previous employee and expect payment for premiums that the employee did not request?