The Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) is a federal law that governs how certain retired workers receive benefits. It is a complex law that employers must constantly stay up to date on. Unfortunately, many workers are not aware of their rights under the law, meaning they can be taken advantage of.

When your pension and other retirement benefits — including health coverage — are at stake, it is important to work with attorneys who understand the law and have a track record of holding employers accountable for their actions. At Quantum Legal LLC, our Chicago area-based attorneys can ensure that retirees across the United States are treated fairly by their former employers and benefits managers.

Protecting Your Access To Affordable Health Care In Retirement

While ERISA does not require employers to establish health insurance plans for its retirees or current employees, there are standards they must abide by if they do. That includes not denying you coverage on the basis of a pre-existing condition or discriminating against you because of your family’s medical history or a disability.

Our team at Quantum Legal LLC has a deep knowledge of insurance coverage laws that comes with handling complex insurance fraud lawsuits. Our law firm has an established track record of success taking on large insurance providers that illegally deny claims to people who qualify for coverage and pay their premiums. Few trial lawyers in the country have the resources, skills and experience to take on powerful insurance companies that Quantum Legal LLC possesses.

Learn More About How We Can Overturn Denied Insurance Claims

When you are in a coverage dispute, get the right legal representation on your side. Contact Quantum Legal LLC today by calling (847) 433-4500 or sending us an e-mail to discuss your case with us. We are located in the Chicago, Illinois, area, and serve clients throughout the U.S.

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