Category: (ERISA) Litigation

The attorneys at Garner Firm, Ltd. represent Philadelphia executives, employees, former employees, plan participants, and their beneficiaries in all aspects of ERISA employee benefits law.

ERISA • Employment Law
  • How to Appeal a Long-Term Disability Denial

    Insurance companies are notorious for being extremely stringent on initial long-term disability claims. They lose nothing by denying claims and making you fight for benefits. There is no obligation for these companies to show any good faith when considering your claim. Therefore, you may be in a position where you have to appeal a denial of your claim.

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  • Understanding ERISA Fiduciary Insurance

    ERISA assigns the “highest duty known to law” when a company manages an employee benefits program. This means that companies assume fiduciary duties to their employees when operating employee benefit plans. From a legal standpoint, this means that they have certain obligations that they must meet. Otherwise, the employee may sue them for a breach of their fiduciary

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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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Mr. Garner is an ERISA employee benefits and employment attorney with over a decade of experience. The laws governing employee benefits, the employment relationship, and the workplace are complex.

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