Irving Employee Benefits Attorneys

Find the right Employee Benefits attorney in Irving, TX

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

In addition, the employer in Irving is obligated to make sure the employee receives any benefits that were guaranteed in a contract when the employee started their work. Additionally, employers bear the risk of any investments that are made on behalf of an employee according to a matched contribution plan.

What Employee Benefits are Protected by Texas law?

Under Texas law, employers who provide employees with medical plans owe them certain legal duties. For instance, they must disclose important health plan information, and employees must be provided with a fair process when reviewing their claims according to the plan. For employees who lose their jobs, there are some laws that allow them to continue the health care plan they had with their prior employer while they actively look for a new job.

Irving employers also owe legal duties to those given pension programs. First, they are legally required to provide the benefits that were promised under a set benefit plan. Also, under a matched contribution plan, the employer must bear the risk of any investments that are made on behalf of employees.

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

In Irving, Texas, lawyers can help those employers who need assistance in creating pension plans that comply with employment laws. Attorneys may also help employees when it comes to obtaining the benefits described in a particular plan.

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Life in Irving

Irving, Texas is most notable for encompassing the master-planned Las Colinas development and the Mustangs at Las Colinas sculpture, which is the largest equestrian sculpture in the world. The massive sculpture depicts a band of horses running through a splashing fountain at 1.5 times their actual size and extends 400 feet. Others may know Irving as the home to the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport that fits just inside city limits. The outstanding neighborhoods and easy airport access makes Irving an ideal location for business executives to headquarter their businesses.

Irving is home to lots of household names like Chuck E. Cheese's, Hostess Brands, Omni Hotels, ExxonMobil, and Kimberly-Clark producer of Kleenex, Cottonelle, Huggies, and Kotex feminine products. Additionally, the National Headquarters for the Boy Scouts of America calls Irving home. You know it's a standout community when the Boy Scouts approve.

Notable residents of Irving include ZZ Top drummer Frank Beard, Olympic sprinter Jeremy Warner, pro football player Demarcus Faggins. Surprisingly, Lee Harvey Oswald, accused assassin of President John F. Kennedy, lived with his family there for a period of time. Many believe he lived within Dallas. Irving has much more history for visitors and residents to enjoy because it's been around for over a century. Irving was founded in 1903 and named for author Washington Irving who was a favorite of a co-founder's wife.

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