ERISA Litigation and Appeals

Amador Law Corporation business and healthcare attorneys are experienced in handling violations of the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA). Our attorneys represent providers and individuals against health and pension plans.

Areas of Focus:

Collection of health and welfare claims against ERISA and other insurance plans
Claims alleging breaches of fiduciary duty
Preemption of state law claims
Subrogation claims
Health and Welfare Benefit Litigation

Claims for Breach of Fiduciary Duty
Claims Preempted by ERISA
State Court Litigation
Service Provider Litigation

Claims for Benefits
Claims Asserted by Plans, Fiduciaries, and Employers Against Plan Service Providers
ERISA Preemption of State Law Claims
Recoupment of Plan Overpayments
Requests for Plan Documents

ERISA LITIGATION QUESTIONS?

Robert S. Amador, Esq., the founding partner of Amador Law Corporation, devotes a significant portion of his practice to healthcare and business disputes and litigation. ERISAdispute inquiries can be directed to Robert S. Amador, Esq. at (310) 792-7400.

Based in Los Angeles, our attorneys handle ERISA litigation in Los Angeles County, Orange County, San Fernando Valley, San Fernando Valley, Burbank, Glendale, Pasadena, Santa Monica, Redondo Beach, Manhattan Beach, and in Riverside County and San Bernardino County.

ERISA Litigation Fundamentals

Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA). ERISA is a federal law that protects retirement plan assets (such as a pension or 401K plan through their employers) from mismanagement and misconduct by plan fiduciaries. ERISA assigns standards of fiduciary responsibility to those who manage and control plan assets.

The Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA) statute is found at 29 U.S.C. § 1001 et seq.

ERISA plan or employee benefit plan can be either a welfare plan (employee welfare benefit plan), pension plan (employee pension benefit plan), or both. A welfare plan is usually established but the employer and/or an employee organization to provide (through purchased insurance or otherwise) benefits such as medical, accident, disability, death or unemployment. A pension plan is usually established but the employer and/or an employee organization to provide retirement income to employees.

The law allows participants and assignees such as healthcare providers the right to sue for benefits. ERISA does not mandate what benefits employers provide or that employers have to offer any benefits to employees.

Through ERISA litigation, our lawyers can recover losses on behalf of providers and individuals. ERISA litigation inquiries can be directed to Robert S. Amador, Esq. at (310) 792-7400 or via our contact form.