Yes. ERISA is an extremely complex and ever-changing area of the law. It is not conducive to a law practice that dabbles in the area or plans to learn as it goes. ERISA’s statutory, regulatory, and case laws are so expansive and constantly growing that lawyers who primarily represent individuals in injury or other employment matters cannot stay up to date with all the changes in the law. You should retain a lawyer dedicated to ERISA for your ERISA case.