This question was recently closed on the grounds that it asked for legal advice and was about a specific company: Appeals process when employer fails to enroll an employee's dependent in health insurance
If you look closely at the questions asked in the original post, this is explicitly not true. (I was, in fact, aware that asking for legal advice is neither allowed nor useful when I asked the question.) The question asks about resources and options outside of a lawsuit. The company is never named, and the question explicitly asks what can be done outside of the company. I do not think this closure is appropriate, or, if it is, it is not appropriate for the reasons given. If there is something in the question that is being interpreted as overly legalistic or accidentally requesting legal advice, I am happy to reword it, but the kinds of answers the question is asking for (and that I am looking for) can be found in, e.g., the first comment (Talk to your department of labor). I don't see how requesting this kind of information falls outside of the scope of workplace SO.
Edit: Apparently the comment I was thinking of has been deleted, or I'm misremembering where it showed up; regardless, the question is asking for resources like the department of labor, and that suggestion through SO was legitimately very useful for me, and likely would be for others.