Lawyer Helping You Understand Your ERISA Claim
Employees may hear about the Employee Retirement Income Security Act when they have had an ERISA claim for long-term disability or pension benefits denied.
Nearly all employee benefits are governed by ERISA. These group benefit plans offer policyholders very few rights or protections.
For example, ERISA policyholders cannot sue an insurance company for breach of contract or insurance bad faith. They cannot receive any benefits unless they prove that the insurance company was “arbitrary and capricious” in denying the claim.
Was Your ERISA Claim Denied?
Has your ERISA claim for long-term disability or pension benefits been wrongly denied or delayed? Were you receiving benefits, but they were then terminated? Please contact me, attorney Stephen Roger Bosin, for a free phone consultation and case evaluation.
As a lawyer, I serve clients in Bergen County and throughout New Jersey whose benefits have been wrongfully denied, delayed or terminated by their insurance companies. If you have received a denial letter, please contact me as soon as possible. You have a right to file an appeal, but it is extremely important that your appeal be handled correctly. In most cases, this is the only chance you will have to enter evidence that will support your claim.
I am experienced in negotiating the pitfalls of ERISA law and have won benefits for my clients who would otherwise have been left disabled, unable to work and without income.
Fighting For Pension Benefits
I also represent clients whose employers terminated them in order to avoid paying them a pension. I will fight to see that you get the benefits you deserve and are entitled to receive.
The facts of every case are unique, the results of each case will depend on the facts of each case, and the results of a case cannot be guaranteed.