ERISA Liens in Personal Injury Cases | Best Practices Series

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  • August 24th, 2021

An ERISA lien may arise when the injured party was a direct beneficiary of an employer health insurance or health benefit plan. If Benefits are paid through the employer, then it is ERISA, with certain exceptions. The injured party may be the employee themselves or a beneficiary of the plan, in the form of a partner or dependent of the employee.

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