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Why was my entire return trip cancelled without my knowledge?

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I took a trip from Seattle to Madison, WI last week and I got to Chicago for my layover and an hour before the flight to Madison, I got a message that the trip was cancelled and I wouldn't be able to fly out until the following morning. I opted to then take a bus to Madison that night rather than stay at a hotel, which they wouldn't comp for me anyways.

Yesterday when I went to check in at the Madison airport for my return trip I was told that there was no seat for me. They said they see I did book that flight but I had no reservation. The person then asked if I had problems flying out there and I told him that the second leg of my trip had been cancelled and he said that because I had no insurance that they cancelled the rest of my trip. They wer able to book me on a nother airline for a flight out that same night. That doesn't make any sense to me...to cancel a leg of one flight and then to totally cancel my return trip.

Is this right? Can I get some kind of compensation for all my problems?

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