Arlington Employee Benefits Attorneys

Find the right Employee Benefits attorney in Arlington, TX

Issues with benefit plans and pension payments arise both upon hiring an employee and when they leave the job. Texas's laws specifically govern the manner in which employers implement health plans and retirement pension payments. Recipients of such benefit plans can file claims using these laws.

Arlington employers also owe legal duties to those given pension programs. First, they are legally bound to provide the benefits that were promised under a set benefit plan. 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 Texas law?

Employers owe certain legal duties to the employees in providing them with medical plans. Under Texas law, employers must disclose health plan information, and the employee is entitled to equal treatment in the processing of any claims under the medical plan. Some laws also permit employees who lost their jobs to continue receiving the health coverage they had with their prior employer while they seek new employment.

Employers in the city of Arlington 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. Second, employers bear the risk of any investments that are made on behalf of an employee according to a matched contribution plan

How can a Arlington, Texas Pension and Benefits Attorney Help?

Lawyers in Arlington, Texas can help an employer in drafting a pension plan that is in compliance with the respective law. An attorney can also help employees in negotiating unforeseen difficulties arising out of a benefits plan.

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Life in Arlington

You'd have to agree with TV show "King of the Hill" when they assert that Arlington, Texas may be heaven. Arlington boomed in Post World War II era nearly doubling its size in one year. The suburbs of downtown Arlington grew so quickly it became known as one of America's Bloomburbs. Today the population is well over 400,000 Arlington residents who enjoy the Texas Rangers and Dallas Cowboys as hometown teams. Arlington also hosted the 2010 NBA All-Star Game. In addition to professional sports, the local colleges and universities in Arlington offer entertainment and tourist attractions. The University of Texas at Arlington, Tarrant County College, and Arlington Baptist College all operate campuses in Arlington. Six Flags Over Texas is a nationwide attraction for theme park enthusiasts. It's the original Six Flags Theme Park and was also the first park to offer a mine train coaster, log flume splash ride, and the first free fall (cliff hanger) ride. Six Flags Over Texas has some of the most extreme rides around too. The Titan rollercoaster is the tallest and fastest amusement rides in the state of Texas at 245 feet high and with an 85 mph top speed. Spring Break Out, the Best of Texas Festival, and Fright Fest are a few of Arlington's annual festivals with parades.

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