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If your employee benefits have been terminated or wrongly denied, you should contact an ERISA attorney as soon as possible. The Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) commonly regulates your employee benefits associated with private employment, such as your health insurance, disability insurance, life insurance, retirement accounts 401(k)s, and pension plans. Denial of your benefits can create economic hardship on you and your family. We can help.

Alabama Employment Benefits Attorney

When an employee believes that benefits have been unfairly denied or prematurely terminated, they file an administrative appeal to seek a remedy to the situation. If, however, that appeal is denied, it’s not the end of the road – they still have the option to file a lawsuit to ask the Court to order the benefits paid. Contact us to find out more about how we can assist you in safeguarding your benefits – and your rights – following an unjust denial of your work benefits.


We offer legal representation for residents of the State of Alabama in legal matters related to all types of employee benefit plans, including but not limited to:

  • Long term disability benefits

  • Life insurance benefits

  • 401(k) plans

  • Stock options

  • Pension benefits

  • Health insurance benefits

  • Disability insurance

  • Accidental death or dismemberment insurance benefits


For more information regarding how we can help you with any of these areas, contact our office immediately. We’ll help you understand your situation clearly and tell you where you stand under state and federal law.

Contact Jeff Daniel to make an appointment to discuss your claim. Call (205) 531-1287.

2101 4th Ave S #200, Birmingham, AL 35233


Located in Birmingham, Law Office of Jeff S. Daniel, P.C. serves clients throughout the entire state of Alabama including Jefferson County, Shelby County, Walker County, Tuscaloosa County, and St. Clair County.


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