ERISA • Employment Law
  • What is the Life Insurance Contestability Period?

    Once you have purchased a new life insurance policy, your beneficiaries are not guaranteed to receive payment on any claim for the first two years of the policy. This is known as the contestability period, and the insurance company uses it to protect itself. It may refuse to pay claims if it finds that there was fraud or

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  • 5 Things to Know About Disability Insurance Claims

    If you are sick or have been injured and have a long-term disability policy, you may be able to receive benefits under your policy. In the U.S., if the policy was provided through your job with a private-sector employer, these disability policies are almost always governed by a law called ERISA. Before you file your claim, you should

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  • Understanding Your Retirement Plan Information

    Millions of Americans participate in employer-sponsored retirement plans, though many people know little about their plans or their rights under the law. When individuals work for a private sector employer, these plans are almost always governed by the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA), which is a federal law that purports to protect the rights of

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