Pension Rights Claims
The Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) protects the rights of current and former employees in employee benefit plans. We help plaintiffs and defendants understand their rights and build solid cases for success. Our team often works to hold plan administrators accountable for fraud or miscalculations on behalf of the class, but we also defend clients who are implicated in such claims.
Our perspective as both plaintiffs’ lawyers and defense lawyers is a tremendous asset to our clients, whether we’re representing employees, employers, financial managers, financial institutions or insurance companies.
Our Approach to Pension Rights Claims
Goldenberg Heller & Antognoli take accusations of mishandling employee benefits and retirement accounts very seriously. Our attorneys are skilled legal representatives who are always at the forefront of the issues, keeping our clients informed and exercising professional due diligence to ensure thorough investigations in every case.
We protect our clients’ best interests and advise them on a host of legal issues as part of these cases. We understand the high stakes of situations that involve personal liability for plan fiduciaries, corporate officers and others involved in plan management and administration. We work on cases involving claims related to:
- Pension benefits
- 401(k) plans
- Profit sharing
- Money purchase plans
- Employee stock ownership plans (ESOPs)
Schedule a Free Consultation for Pension Rights Claims
We assist clients in state and federal court in Illinois, Missouri and across the country. We are ready to advise or lead your case to favorable resolution.
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