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Were Your Employee Benefits Canceled, Substantially Reduced or Neglected?

Most employees rely to a certain extent on benefits programs offered by their employers. Typically, these types of plans can act as a crucial supplement to other retirement plans or health insurance plans. However, problems arise when an employer neglects its fiduciary duties to properly administer these plans or changes the terms of plans that employees are already vested in. At Sterling Employment Law, our Detroit employee benefit litigation lawyers provide experienced representation to help protect your hard-earned benefits.

If you have invested in a benefit plan offered by your employer, only to have it canceled or have the terms significantly changed, we can help. Contact our attorneys online or call 248-633-8916 to schedule an appointment to discuss your situation.

We Handle All Types of Benefit Plan Litigation

Employers may offer several benefit programs to their employees. At Sterling Employment Law, our legal team handles litigation related to all types of employer plans, including:

  • Retirement plans such as 401(k)s
  • Stock option plans
  • Profit-sharing plans
  • Medical coverage plans

While employer benefit plans can provide a nice supplement to your own plans, employers usually are not allowed to cancel plans or change the terms retroactively. Employees are often vested financially in these plans, and employers have to respect that under the law. If an employer has suddenly changed or taken away a plan that you have enrolled in, it is important to seek legal advice as soon as possible. Our Bloomfield Hills employment lawyers can also represent large groups of employees in class or collective action litigation matters.

Call for a Consultation With Our Lawyers

We can help hold employers accountable for the benefit plans that they offer to their employees. Call 248-633-8916 to schedule an initial consultation to discuss your case. We normally take our employee cases on a contingent fee basis. If you do not recover compensation for your claim, neither do we. Our firm is in the Detroit, Michigan, area.