Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
- Unum Provident
- Unum Life
- Paul Revere
- Sun Life
- Liberty Mutual
- The Guardian
- Reliance Standard
- Mutual of Omaha
As natives of the Southern California area, we are motivated to engage with individuals who are going through a tough time. It is more important to us that our clients receive justice and this is why we do not charge any upfront fees in most cases. Our firm works on a contingency fee basis for many of our clients, we do not get paid unless you recover what you have lost.
With multiple awards under our belts we continue to strive for the rights of those who have been denied what is rightfully theirs. With more than 160 years of combined legal experience you can be confident that you have the full resources of our firm at your disposal. Check out more about our firm below and feel free to contact us today to begin speaking with our attorneys about your case.
We Only Get Paid If You Win
Our firm works on a contingency fee basis.
Successful Track Record
We have handled thousands of claims.
Our Clients Are Our Priority
We believe in total client satisfaction.
In our community and among our clients, we are known for providing quality representation.
Highly Experienced in ERISA & Bad Faith Matters
Our firm worked extensively on the complex appeals procedure and Federal Court litigation of ERISA matters and Bad Faith.
Our ERISA Lawyers have helped hundreds of people who have had their employee benefit claims denied. Most people are not aware of the fact that if their health, short term disability, long term disability, or life insurance are provided through their employer, disputes arising thereunder are subject to the federal law of ERISA and thus exempt from state law.
In most of those cases remedies may be limited, and the rules and regulations for pursuing those remedies different or more restrictive than people expect. Our ERISA Lawyers have vast experience in handling matters in the specialized area of ERISA.
Knowing When to Call for Help
When insurance is obtained individually instead of through an employer, and even in some cases of employer-provided insurance, ERISA will not apply to limit benefits or remedies, and state law will apply. We have also successfully helped hundreds of people with these "bad faith" types of insurance claims.