ERISA - Short Term or Long Term Disability

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The Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA) was created by Congress to govern employee benefit plans.  ERISA does not require that an employer provide disability plans to its employees or retirees, but it regulates the operation of a disability benefit plan if an employer chooses to establish one.  There are many types of ERISA Claims, but the attorneys at The Vaughn Law Firm focus on Short Term and Long Term Disability Claims.

Protecting the disability benefits of employees is significantly different than applying for social security or workman’s compensation, and often requires a degree of experience that regular disability attorneys may not possess.  For example, each employer disability benefit plan is different with different deadlines and appeal rights.  Knowing where to locate these appeal rights and deadlines requires experience and understanding of this complicated law.

Our ERISA attorneys have the knowledge, experience and are dedication to assist you in fighting the insurance company. Our firm has a reputation for compassion and experience, and we may be able to help you if your ERISA disability benefits have been unfairly or wrongfully denied by your insurance company.

If you appealing the denial of your ERISA disability claim the Vaughn Law Firm may be able to provide you with the compassionate and experienced representation you deserve.  To discuss your needs with us in, please contact us today by calling 1-877-615-9495.