The Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) is a federal law that regulates the majority of employee benefits plans and employer-backed insurance plans. If you are making a claim against an employer-sponsored plan, there is a very good chance that ERISA is relevant to your case.
While ERISA was designed to protect workers and standardized the claims process, insurance companies have developed many strategies to tilt the claims process to their own financial benefit. Claimants need a skilled legal professional by their side.
At Bartolic Law, our Cook County ERISA lawyer is devoted to handling the full range of claims arising under ERISA Section 502. We are on your side. To get a free, no-obligation review of your ERISA case, please do not hesitate to contact our law firm today.
Our law firm has successfully represented executives, employees, and other professionals in every aspect of ERISA claims and ERISA litigation. These cases are especially complex — claimants need guidance from an attorney who has extensive experience handling a case that is similar to their own. There is simply too much on the line to accept anything less. Among other issues, our Cook County ERISA attorney has deep experience with:
When we take on an ERISA case, our Cook County-based law firm is committed to helping our clients get access to their full benefits. In many cases, ERISA claims can be settled without litigation. In fact, even if your claim was denied, our law firm may still be able to achieve a full settlement on your behalf. At that same time, Bartolic Law are highly skilled in the process of litigation. Should litigation prove to be necessary to get you your full benefits, we are prepared to fight aggressively for your rights.
At the Law Offices of Michael Bartolic, our Illinois ERISA lawyers are strong advocates for our clients. To find out more about what we can do for you, please call our Chicago law office at (312) 635-1600 to arrange a free, no obligation consultation. We serve clients throughout Cook County, including in Chicago, Glencoe, Evanston, Northlake, Oak Forest, Kenilworth, Palos Hills, and Rolling Meadows.