• A Texas Board
  • Certified Trial
  • Lawyer With
  • More Than
  • 30 Years Of
  • Experience


A Texas Board Certified Trial Lawyer With More Than 25 Years Of Experience

Handling All Types Of Insurance Law Disputes

  1. Home
  2.  » Category: "ERISA Claims"

ERISA Claims

ERISA and retaliation

ERISA -- the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 -- is designed to protect workers who have employer-sponsored retirement benefits and health plans. One way it does this is by imposing minimum standards on these plans. ERISA also protects the rights of the...

read more

Understanding an ERISA claim

The Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1975 (“ERISA”) is a federal statute that was passed to ensure the fair treatment of employees who are covered by an employer-funded health and disability insurance plan. The federal law does not directly provide any...

read more

Reasons for ERISA claim denial in Texas

Under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA), employers are required to ensure that employees receive the long-term disability (LTD) benefits they are entitled to receive. However, ERISA claim denials are more common than people realize. As you begin your...

read more

The ERISA claim and appeal process

Being insured is important for residents in Texas and elsewhere. With a traditional insurance company, a claim is filed based on the terms of the insurance contract. Thus, if an insurer refuses to pay a claim for a benefit, it is possible for them to file a suit in...

read more

Common ERISA violations

The Employment Retirement Income Security Act provides oversight and structure for private health plans, retirement plans and pensions. ERISA is not a plan itself but a set of rules that set minimum standards for the operation of these plans to protect workers from...

read more