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ERISA Law Center - Fresno, CA

6485 North Palm Ave.Ste 105 Fresno, CA 93704

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Updated: 08/11/2020

Fresno Long Term Disability ERISA Law Firm


ERISA Law Center, Fresno Disability Lawyers

The Employee Retirement Income Act of 1974 (ERISA) set minimum standards for pension plans in private industry. Unfortunately, those standards are not always upheld when it comes to people with disabilities. The ERISA Law Center is a nationwide law practice with offices in Fresno, California. Our practice focuses exclusively on disabled people and claimants whose benefits have been denied or delayed...

About ERISA Law Center


  • English (Primary)

Practice Areas

  • Long Term Disability ERISA 85%
  • Bad Faith Insurance 10%
  • Life Insurance Claim Denials 5%


  • 50%

Pro Bono Activities

  • Represented some LTD claim denials for free




  • Jill A. Fulkes, Firm Administrator/Paralegal
  • Leanne K. Capuchin, Legal Assistant
  • Mai Vang, Legal Assistant
  • Raquel Busani, Paralegal
  • Maria Jacinto, Intake Specialist


Offers Free Initial Consultation

Accepts Credit Cards

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6485 North Palm Ave.Ste 105 Fresno, CA 93704

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