ERISA Claims

Handle ERISA Disability Insurance Claims

Wilmington long term disability lawyers at Edelstein Martin & Nelson, LLP help professional erisa claimsemployees with long-term ERISA disability insurance coverage pursue compensation for their disabilities. In an ERISA claim, we must hit the ground running to ensure that all the steps and procedures are followed.

Filing an ERISA disability claim can be a long process filled with many pitfalls. It can be daunting task for an able-bodied person. For someone suffering from illness or injury, it can be even more trying.

At Edelstein Martin & Nelson, LLP in Philadelphia, our Philadelphia ERISA claim lawyers are very familiar with the ERISA claim process and can help guide you through all the necessary steps to increase the likelihood of a successful claim. Contact Philadelphia ERISA disability insurance lawyer, Keith Martin, at 866-532-2504 for a free consultation.

ERISA Claims Have Limitations

The process for disputing denied of claims under plans that fall within the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA) is much more stringent and places additional limitations on the claimant:

  • In an ERISA claim, one cannot dispute that an insurance carrier is acting in bad faith in denying the claim
  • There is a shorter time limit to appeal a denied ERISA claim (180 days)
  • ERISA-based plans are also exempt from state regulations

Clients We Represent

Philadelphia insurance disability law firm of Edelstein Martin & Nelson, LLP represents middle managers, paraprofessionals, accountants, lawyers, scientists, engineers, medical professionals, small business owners, professional athletes and other professionals in ERISA claims.

If you were denied long term disability benefits and your claim falls within the scope of ERISA regulations, contact a Philadelphia ERISA lawyer who is well-versed in these matters. Call Edelstein Martin & Nelson, LLP in Pennsylvania at 866-532-2504 or contact us online. We counsel clients in Philadelphia’s Tri-State Area and throughout the United States.