The Employer Retirement Income Security Act was passed in 1974 in an effort to establish federally mandated guidelines for the pension and health benefit plans an employer offers to its employees. While it is critical to indicate that the provisions of ERISA do not require San Antonio employers to provide their employees with either a pension or retirement plan, ERISA does establish a minimum standard for these benefits should an employer choose to provide them.
When pension and health benefit plans are provided by employers, employees can expect that vital information will be communicated to them about the plan and, furthermore, that they will be able to receive the benefits promised to them.
ERISA Claims in San Antonio
Unfortunately, employees in the San Antonio area are made subject to ERISA violations with unsettling regularity. To address this, our San Antonio legal team is prepared to represent any employee whose rights have been violated under the terms of ERISA, including those related to the following:
- Bad Faith Litigation
- Breach of Fiduciary Duty
Our San Antonio legal team is committed to helping workers in San Antonio protect their rights under the terms of ERISA.
Consult with an ERISA Attorney in San Antonio
If you feel your rights have been violated under ERISA, you should speak with a San Antonio ERISA attorney to begin developing a legal strategy intended to help you restore those rights and pursue compensation for any damages you may have sustained. To discuss the particulars of your case with one of our Social Security Administration attorneys, please call our San Antonio offices at (210) 899-5440 today.