Kansas City Employee Benefits Attorneys

Find the right Employee Benefits attorney in Kansas City, MO

Employee benefits and pensions are discussed both when the employee is hired and when they leave the position (for whatever reasons). The state of Missouri has laws governing the way that employers are allowed to administer health benefits and pension plans. Recipients and beneficiaries of these packages can file their claims under the state laws.

Additionally, employers in Kansas City must deliver any benefits to the employee that were included in a contract when the employee started work. Sometimes benefits are paid directly by the employer, while other instances of benefits require voluntary contributions from the worker. Also note that there can be a required minimum amount of time spent working for the employer in order for the employee to receive benefits.

What Employee Benefits are Protected by Missouri law?

Under Missouri law, employers who provide employees with medical plans owe them certain legal duties. For example, they must disclose important health plan information, and employees must be provided with a fair process when reviewing their claims according to the plan. Also, some laws let employees who are out of work receive health care from a previous employer's plan while they are looking for a new job.

Employers in the city of Kansas City also owe their employees legal duties with regard to pension plans. First, the law requires that they provide any benefits that were promised to their employee in any given benefit agreement. Secondly, it is the employer who must bear the risk of any investments that are made on behalf of an employee under a matched contribution plan.

How can a Kansas City, Missouri Pension and Benefits Attorney Help?

Kansas City, Missouri lawyers can assist an employer in creating a pension plan that complies with applicable laws. Attorneys also often help employees when difficulties arise with obtaining the benefits under a plan.

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Life in Kansas City

Kansas City, Missouri is probably best known for its barbeque and Civil War history. "Kansas Citians" enjoy access to some of the best museums around. The Irish Museum and Cultural Center, the Nelson-Atkins Art Museum, the Liberty and World War I Memorial, and the American Jazz Museum are all located within Kansas City limits. A number of outstanding examples of Art Deco style and Frank Lloyd Wright architecture can be found throughout the city. The Power and Light Building and Community Christian Church are just two examples.

Kansas City is passionate about food. Kansas City barbeque is best known for its molasses which gives a sweeter taste. Gates and Sons Bar-B-Q was opened in 1946 and serves as the standard in original Kansas City style barbeque. Most people know Kansas City as "KC" like Rich Davis' sauce sensation: KC Masterpiece. The Sprint Center opened in 2007 and hosts Kansas City Chiefs football and Royals major league baseball games. You may not be aware that Kansas City has over 200 fountains. Second most in the entire world after Rome, Italy. Country Club Plaza is designed to look like Seville, Spain and was the first to offer accommodations for people arriving by automobile. "The Plaza" was constructed in 1922 and today is known best for it's colored light display and upscale shopping.

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