ERISA Claims Appeal: Preparation Is Key

The key to prevailing in an ERISA (Employee Retirement Income Security Act) claims appeal is preparation – and nobody knows that more than Ron Dean, a California attorney who has been practicing ERISA law for over 35 years. In a recent interview, Dean explained why it is so important.

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ERISA Denial Letters: Clues To Where The Treasure Lies

When your benefits claim is denied, you’ll get a letter stating why. This letter, according to Ron Dean, a California attorney who has been practicing ERISA (Employee Retirement Income Security Act) law for over 35 years, contains crucial information that can be used to appeal that denial. In fact, Dean says that the denial letter itself is going to give you clues as to where the treasure lies buried.

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Hiring an ERISA Attorney: Why Experience Matters

The complexities of ERISA, the Employee Retirement Income Security Act, are great and generally require the counsel of an experienced attorney whose practice focuses on ERISA to guide you through the process. This article explains how an attorney can help.

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ERISA Claims Lawsuit: When Is It Necessary?

ERISA claims are often settled through the administrative process. However, additional action, such as a lawsuit, is sometimes necessary when valid benefits are denied or when plan administrators breach their fiduciary duties to plan participants.

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What Types Of Compensation Claims Are Subject To ERISA?

ERISA, the Employee Retirement Income Security Act, covers many types of compensation claims such as pensions, severance and bonus plans. To understand the finer points of each, we asked Ron Dean, a California attorney who has been engaged in employee benefits litigation primarily on behalf of participants for over 30 years.

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What Types Of Benefit Claims Are Subject To ERISA?

The Employee Retirement Income Security Act, or ERISA, covers many types of benefit claims such as disability, health and life insurance. However, legal experts say that ERISA’s definition of a “plan” is so broad that it will cover pretty much any type of benefit. This article provides information on the specific claims covered by ERISA.

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The ERISA Claims Process: What You Need To Know

Filing a claim under ERISA, the Employee Retirement Income Security Act, can be quite complex. We asked Ron Dean, a California attorney who has been engaged in employee benefits litigation primarily on behalf of participants for over 30 years, to provide an overview of the process.

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ERISA Claim: Are You Covered?

Most of us have a general idea of what ERISA, the Employee Retirement Income Security Act, is all about. However, knowing whether a specific claim is covered is another story. ERISA has continually confused employers, employees and attorneys alike. This article provides information on how to know whether your claim is covered under the Act.

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ERISA: How It Affects Employees and Employers

ERISA, the Employee Retirement Income Security Act, affects employees and employers in many ways – some of them good, some of them bad. We asked Ron Dean, a California attorney who has been engaged in employee benefits litigation primarily on behalf of participants for over 30 years, to explain both in a recent interview.

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