A Professional ERISA Compliance Services Firm
At ERISAPros, we are your go-to-specialists for ERISA compliance services and documents for health & welfare benefit plans. It is critical that employers be in compliance and we know what questions to ask, what documents you need, and exactly how to prepare them to fit your company’s needs.
We make ERISA compliance simple and affordable.
From our first contact with the ERISAPros team, we were impressed with their professionalism and knowledge, and the solutions they offered to produce a Wrap Plan document for our welfare benefit plans…
To be honest, your product is more thorough than I could have ever hoped…For the complexity and volume of work that this project entailed, this is impressive.
…it was an absolute pleasure working with you and the process was so easy.
We are very pleased with the decision we made to retain the Platinum – Wrap-Tight sm services of ERISAPros…The discovery process that you and your team performed on the front end to learn the details of our plans was crucial to the success of the project.
We work with a number of vendor partners through our distribution network so I have seen various levels of professionalism and customer service. I can honestly say that ERISAPros has been one of our best relationships due to their expertise, follow through, professionalism and overall responsiveness. We continue to expand the ways in which we work with ERISAPros as they now have a proven track record with our producers, who have very high expectations with any service they recommend to their clients.
ERISA News & Views
"In Frye v. Metropolitan Life Insurance Co., a federal district court in Arkansas has held that an employee is entitled to proceeds from dependent life and accidental death and dismemberment (AD&D) insurance policies, despite the [...]
"[M]edian cumulative out-of-pocket medical expenses [from age 70 until death] for the long-lived elderly is quite modest at $27,000. At the same time, it is true that some long-lived elderly report very high cumulative out-of-pocket [...]
"This is a case study in how not to administer benefits -- a vague SPD, inconsistent explanations, cryptic claim records filled with acronyms and jargon, and poor coordination among the plan sponsor, TPA, and insurer [...]