Waxahachie Employee Benefits Attorneys

Find the right Employee Benefits attorney in Waxahachie, TX

Issues with benefit plans and pension payments arise both when hiring an employee and when they leave the job. The state of Texas has laws regulating 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.

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 standard minimum amount of time spent working for the employer in order for the employee to receive benefits. Employers owe specific 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 fair treatment in the processing of any claims under the medical plan.

What Employee Benefits are Protected by Texas law?

Some laws also permit employees who lose their jobs to continue receiving the health coverage they had with their previous employer while they seek new employment. Waxahachie 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.

Additionally, any risks involving investments made on behalf of an employee according to matched contribution plans must be borne by the employer. Waxahachie, Texas attorneys may assist employers in implementing pension plans that comply with the applicable laws. They may also assist workers who are encountering difficulties in obtaining the benefits of a given plan.

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

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Life in Waxahachie

The city of Waxahachie, Texas isa suburb of the state capital of Dallas and houses a population of just under 22,000 residents. Waxahachie is an easy thirty mile drive to Dallas, making the suburb a popular place for the city worker to live. Waxahachie comprises almost forty two square miles. The city gets its unique name from the Native American word for "cow creek" or "buffalo creek." The city's economy is very industry-based, although there are also two universities located in Waxahachie: Southern Assemblies of God University and Navarro College. Early College High School, located in the heart of Waxahachie is considered one of the top high schools in the state of Texas. The city is also the site of an annual Renaissance fair that draws international attention. Waxahachie also has some notable legal landmarks. The Richardsonian Romanesque Courthouse, which is considered to be best of Texas' older courthouses is located in Waxahachie. With such a pretty location to practice, it is no wonder that there are so many great lawyers located in the city limits. Waxahachie lawyers are skilled in a range of practice areas and able to help their local client with any legal issue he or she is confronted with.

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