Denial or Termination of ERISA Benefits

New Jersey ERISA Disputes, Denied Claims Lawyer

For over 27 years, injured employees have turned to Abromson & Carey to speak with us about their denied ERISA claims. From our office in Newark, New Jersey, we represent employees whose ERISA claims were denied. We also represent employees who received ERISA benefits initially but whose benefits were later terminated. To learn more about dealing with terminated disability benefits or benefit denials, contact us to schedule a free initial consultation with an experienced ERISA attorney.

Denied ERISA Claims

Has your ERISA claim been denied? You deserve benefits if you are injured and unable to work. We will work with you and your doctor to determine the nature of your disability and its effects on your ability to work. We will gather objective records concerning your injuries and submit them to insurance companies for reconsideration. If that fails to obtain benefits for you, we will file a claim in federal court seeking relief.

Disputing a denied ERISA claim can be challenging. There are strict deadlines that must be met and procedures that must be followed. If you fail to adhere to any of these, your claim may be denied. We will ensure you understand each stage of the process before you make a costly mistake.

Terminated ERISA Benefits

The length of time that you receive ERISA benefits depends on your insurance policy. Most benefits last until you are 65 years old, die or are able to return to work. If an insurance company improperly believes that you are capable of returning to work, you should speak with us. We will work with your doctor to get an objective evaluation of your medical condition. We will argue that you are not healthy enough to return to work and that you deserve the reinstatement of your ERISA benefits.

If you suffered a denied ERISA claim or if your benefits were terminated, contact Abromson & Carey for a free initial consultation.