Radnor Township ERISA Lawyer

ERISA • Employment Law

Radnor Township ERISA lawyer

The Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) governs most employer-backed benefits claims. Unfortunately, this federal law stacks the deck in favor of employers and insurance companies. Too many employees and plan participants struggle to recover their benefits. If your ERISA claim was denied in Southeastern Pennsylvania, you should consult with an experienced employee benefits lawyer.

At The Garner Firm, our Radnor Township ERISA lawyer will fight to help you and your family obtain the full employee benefits that you are owed. Adam H. Garner has more than a decade of experience handling the full range of ERISA claims in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. To set up a free, fully private case evaluation with a Radnor Township ERISA attorney, please contact our law firm today.

Full-Service Employee Benefits Law Firm

Our legal team represents employees and beneficiaries in all types of ERISA claims. Whether you are preparing your initial application for benefits, filing an administrative appeal, or considering ERISA litigation, we can help. Some examples of cases that our Radnor Township ERISA lawyer frequently handles include:

  • long term disability claims;
  • Life insurance claims;
  • Retirement plan cases;
  • Executive compensation claims; and
  • Breach of fiduciary duty lawsuits.

How Our Pennsylvania ERISA Attorney Will Help You

Even a seemingly minor error on your initial application could lead to your employee benefits being denied. If you need help filing an ERISA claim, our legal team can help to guide you through the application process.

If your claim was underpaid or denied, you should take immediate action to protect your rights. ERISA grants all plan beneficiaries the right to appeal. However, there are strict deadlines that you must follow when appealing your claim. For instance, in long term disability claims, you typically only have 180 days to file an appeal. However, in life insurance claims, the deadline to appeal may only be 60 days. Immediate action is a must.

ERISA requires claimants to submit an administrative appeal directly to the insurance company before filing a lawsuit. If you are preparing an administrative appeal, you should seek help from an experienced ERISA lawyer. Your attorney will ensure that you include all supplemental evidence and that you present the strongest possible appeal. In many cases, our law firm is able to settle ERISA claims during the appeals process — prior to litigation. At the same time, we are trial-tested. Our legal team is always prepared to take your case as far as it needs to go to get you and your family full employee benefits.

Get Help From a Radnor Township ERISA Attorney

At The Garner Firm, we represent employees and beneficiaries in all aspects of ERISA appeals and ERISA litigation. If your ERISA claim was denied in Delaware County, PA, we are here to help. To set up a free consultation with an experienced Radnor Township ERISA lawyer, please call us today at (215) 645-5955.

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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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