ERISA Subrogation

Americans paid $2,194,625 for personal health care in 2010. In that same year, private health insurance companies spent $849 billion and recovered an estimated $1.7 billion to $2.5 billion through subrogation. If you have filed a lawsuit against someone who injured you, and you received health benefits from a private employer, your health insurance company […]

What Does an ERISA Attorney Do

Have your ERISA benefits been denied or underpaid? Read on to understand the circumstances under which it might be in your best interest to consult with a qualified ERISA attorney about your claim. Contact ERISA attorney John Peace to schedule a free, fully confidential review of your case: (864) 485-6970 Please Note: The Peace Law […]

ERISA Exemptions

Have your ERISA benefits been denied or underpaid? Contact ERISA attorney John Peace to schedule a free, fully confidential review of your case: (864) 485-6958 The Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974, commonly known as ERISA, regulates pension plans established by private employers. ERISA also regulates other types of benefits your employer might provide, […]

The Definition of a Denied ERISA claim and What's Next

Have your ERISA benefits been denied or underpaid? Contact ERISA attorney John Peace to schedule a free, fully confidential review of your case: (864) 485-6958 There are many reasons that ERISA claims are denied. Your Notice of Denial letter from the insurer should spell out clearly why you were denied benefits. ERISA has set out […]

ERISA wrongful denial of benefits

In 1974, Congress passed The Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) to establish protections for private-sector employees who had health insurance or pension plans with their employer. Under ERISA, a wrongful denial of benefits can be appealed. In other words, you can take your employer to federal court if their actions resulted in an ERISA-related […]

8 Things to Know About ERISA Violations

Please Note: The Peace Law Firm is licensed to practice only in North Carolina and South Carolina. ERISA is a federal law that provides certain minimum standards for benefit plans provided by private employers. These standards include certain rights employees have against their employers. If you are a member of a group benefits plan, it […]

who can sue under ERISA

The Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974, or ERISA, is a federal labor law that is specially designed to protect employees who receive a pension plan or an insurance plan from their employer. ERISA requires employers to follow certain regulations so that they act in the best interests of their employees. These regulations touch […]

erisa 502 a statute of limitations

Please Note: The Peace Law Firm is licensed to practice only in North Carolina and South Carolina. The Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974, or ERISA, is a federal labor law that provides basic benefits and rights to employees who receive employer-provided benefit plans. To protect employees, ERISA imposes several requirements upon private employers […]

Is Long Term Disability Covered by ERISA

According to a recent report of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 1 in 4 adults in the United States is living with a disability. Many of the disabilities affecting adults in the United States affect a person’s ability to work. If you have been living with a disability for more than six months […]

ERISA short term disability

If you’ve made any kind of insurance claim, you likely know the claim process can be lengthy, confusing, and unfair. If the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA) covers the insurance benefits you receive through work, you get certain protections when making claims on those benefits. You also have to follow certain rules […]