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What is the ERISA Claims Process?
What is the ERISA Claims Process?

The Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) claims process is complex and can be confusing to people who are not well-versed in these types of claims. The Process Request the claims procedure in writing from your insurance company or your employer’s human resources ...

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Blog posts in ERISA

  • What is ERISA Law?

    ERISA is an acronym for the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA). It is a nationwide regulation that places minimum principles for ...

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  • ERISA: The Basics, the Details, and the Facts

    What is ERISA law? ERISA is an acronym for the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA). This federal law was established in 1974 to set ...

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  • How Does the Appeals Process Help Me?

    When someone files a claim for long-term disability, there are a number of reasons that the claim may be denied. Some are valid, but others are done ...

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  • Why an Attorney Is Necessary for an Appeal When ERISA Disability Is Denied

    As an employee in a specific industry, your benefits are supposed to be protected by ERISA law . Unfortunately, there are too many times when these ...

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  • Does ERISA Apply to My Benefits and Am I Covered?

    For many individuals, understanding ERISA law can be complex and it’s important to have knowledge of what benefits are covered. It’s also important to ...

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  • A Guide to ERISA Law: What Is It and How Does It Work?

    Want to know more about ERISA law? Download our eBook by clicking here or by clicking the image below. Call us today at (415) 466-8544 if you have an ...

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