Employee Benefits


You work hard, and your employer may offer a benefits package as part of your compensation. But in these tough economic times, many employers are trying to cut back. Unfortunately, employees are often the first to feel the effects. Many employees do not fully understand what their package of benefits includes or that they have rights if their employer tries to deny those benefits. But the Chicago employee benefits lawyers at DeBofsky Sherman Casciari Reynolds P.C., understand your rights and can help you get the benefits you are entitled to receive:

  • Health care
  • Pension plans
  • Long-term disability insurance
  • Profit-sharing
  • Severance
  • Retirement plans

People rely on these benefits as a significant part of their income. Many employees may even forgo purchasing insurance policies or making other arrangements. Instead, they rely on what they believe their employer has promised them. For these people, refusal by their employer to honor a benefits package can be devastating. Helping clients understand Illinois employee benefits law.


We Deal With Difficult Employers

It is easy to feel intimidated when dealing with an employer. It often seems the employer has all the power. But in many cases, having an employee benefits lawyer in Illinois on your side can greatly level the playing field. Even if you are reluctant to take your employer to court, having an Illinois employee benefits lawyer represent you can often make an employer more open to negotiation. Once your employer knows you are serious about your benefits, there is a much greater chance of an out-of-court resolution.

If your employer is still unwilling to negotiate, DeBofsky Sherman Casciari Reynolds P.C., has employee benefits lawyers in Illinois who are seasoned litigators. Our attorneys understand that most people would prefer a resolution without going to court. But we are prepared to do what it takes to protect our clients.


Contact DeBofsky Sherman Casciari Reynolds P.C., For An Attorney Consultation

Understand your rights, and speak with an attorney who can stand up for your benefits. Call us at 312-702-1842 or 800-237-5182, or send us an email to speak with a lawyer.