What’s an ERISA case?

On Behalf of | Jul 12, 2018 | Long-Term Disability/ERISA

ERISA cases handled by Daniel A. Webb are usually denied long term disability insurance claims. These cases are termed ERISA cases because, in general, if an employer was involved in setting up the policy any lawsuit filed to collect unpaid benefits is governed by the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA). ERISA is a federal statute passed in the early 1970s to protect employee benefits.

If you have a policy for disability insurance and have received a denial letter, you generally have 180 days to appeal. You should do so. Call me early so we can put evidence into the record as early as possible.

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