I went on a medical leave July 2017. I immediately notified my employer and leave administrator Sedgwick. While on leave i moved November 29th and i notified Sedgwick whom advised me that this update would be communicated with my employer. And this seems true as my IRS tax documents, HSA account info and EOB's from my employer were all coming to my new address....along with any correspondence from Sedgwick. Fast forward to March 2018, i received an email notice from UPS that a letter from my employer was signed for, but the letter appeared to be sent to my old address. I contacted HR to advise that the letter was sent to an old address and this is when i was informed of my termination. A copy of termination letter was then emailed to me showing it was sent to the wrong address. I updated the address with the rep but i still have not received COBRA benefits.
Is this considered a COBRA violation if they have failed to send me notice of my COBRA rights?
Also is it wrongful termination if the letter was sent to an address the employer and leave administrator know i don't reside at? Had i received the letter, i could have discussed my issue with my doctor to probably allow me to return to work on a part time basis.