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Laborers' Health & Welfare Trust Fund of Western Canada

  1.  1.   How do I become eligible under the Plan?
  2.  2.   How long does coverage continue?
  3.  3.   What happens if I move from one Employer in the Industry to another?
  4.  4.   What is the Individual's Hour-Bank Reserve Account?
  5.  5.   Can I continue coverage if I run out of hours?
  6.  6.   Will I be covered if I am attending Trade School?
  7.  7.   How do I register for benefits?
  8.  8.   How do I make a name/address change?
  9.  9.   We had a baby 3 months ago, how do I add him/her to my benefit plan?
  10.  10.   My son/daughter is now 21 years old, is he/she still covered? For how long?
  11.  11.   When do my dependents get coverage under this Plan? What benefits do they qualify for?
  12.  12.   My spouse and I are each covered through group benefit plans. Which plan should I submit my claim to first?
  13.  13.   How do I apply for Weekly Disability Benefits?
  14.  14.   What happens to my benefits if I am receiving Weekly Disability?
  15.  15.   What is a pre-determination?
  16.  16.   Do I need a pre-determination for orthodontics?
  17.  17.   How often can I get glasses?
  18.  18.   How much dental coverage do I have?
  19.  19.   Are there any special instructions for submitting orthodontic claims or paramedical practitioner claims?
  20.  20.   Where should I send completed claim forms?
  21.  21.   Is there a deadline for submitting my claims?
  22.  22.   How does my dental office submit an electronic claim?
  23.  23.   What do I do if I have problems at my pharmacy with my prescription drug card?
  24.  24.   What is the Health Care Expense Option?
  25.  25.   How does Health Care Expense Option Work?
  26.  26.   What Happens to Balances Remaining in the Option at the End of the Plan Year?
  27.  27.   I want to confirm eligibility or view my hours/contributions - what is my username and password?

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