What are the minimum standards required by ERISA?
When ERISA was passed in the 1974, it established a set of minimum standards meant to protect individuals covered by health care and pension plans.
These standards include the following:
- Provide individuals with information about their coverage.
- Give individuals benefits like the right to sue.
With these protections in place, individuals have some guarantee that they will be treated fairly.
If you believe your that ERISA protections have been violated, contact the Indiana ERISA lawyer of the Hankey Law Office, at (800) 520-3633.