Edmonds Employee Benefits Attorneys

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Benefits and pensions for employees often come into play during the hiring process as well as when the employee leaves the organization for whatever reason. There are also laws that allow employees who lose their jobs to continue the health coverage they had with their employer while they look for new work.

Also, if an Edmonds employer guaranteed any benefits to the employer in a contract when work began, they must make good on these. The employer sometimes pays for benefit plans, but at times the employee must make a voluntary contribution. Also, some employees establish a requirement that employees work with them for a certain period of time before they are eligible for benefits.

What Employee Benefits are Protected by Washington law?

Those employers who provide medical plans for employees owe certain legal duties under Washington law to those they cover. They must disclose important information about the health plans, and employees are entitled to a fair process in the treatment of their claims under the plan. There are also some laws which give employees the right to continue on their health care plan from the previous employee during periods in which they are actively pursuing new employment.

In the city of Edmonds, employees who receive pension programs are owed a legal duty by the employer. First of all, the employer has a duty to provide all the benefits that may have been stated in the pension payment plan. Furthermore, employers bear the risk of any investments that are made on behalf of an employee according to a matched contribution plan

How can a Edmonds, Washington Pension and Benefits Attorney Help?

Lawyers in Edmonds, Washington 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 Edmonds

Edmonds, Washington is a city in Snohomish County. It has a population of slightly over 40,000 people.

It is the oldest incorporated city in Snohomish County, Washington, having been founded in 1899 by a logger named George Brackett. It's not clear who or what the city of Edmonds, Washington is named after, but it is likely either then-U.S. Senator from Vermont George Franklin Edmunds, or nearby Point Edmund (later re-named to Point Edwards).

By 1900, regular ferry boat service to Seattle was available. Edmonds, Washington is an important regional center for the arts. It fetaures a well-known, privately-funded drama club, called the Driftwood Players. They do 4-5 major productions per season, interspersed with several more one-night plays.

It also has hosted a major art festival since 1957, which focuses on the visual arts such as painting and illustration, and collaborates with local schools, featuring several galleries exclusively displaying the artwork of local students, to help promote arts education. Edmonds, Washington also hosts a jazz festival every Memorial Day weekend, with professional, famous jazz performers playing, as well as music students from nearby schools.

Given its diverse, eclectic population and culture, it's no surprise that Edmonds, Washington has a diverse and well-rounded legal community. If you're facing a legal issue, and live in the area, it's almost certain that an Edmonds, Washington lawyer can help.

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