Were you promised health care benefits by your employer? Whether you are a current employee or a retiree, you may have a right to receive these benefits. It is best to discuss the issue with a lawyer to determine whether you can take action.
At Miller Cohen, PLC, we practice all aspects of Michigan employment law for employees. We can help employees and retirees who are losing health care benefits. We can also represent employees who have disputes over other types of contract disputes with their employers. For a free consultation with a Detroit union contract dispute lawyer, please call 313-566-4787, 800-221-6021 or contact us online.
Health Benefits Breach Of Contract Disputes
Employers may not honor contracts with labor unions or within their own organization. According to the U.S. Department of Labor:
Private sector employers are not required to provide retiree health benefits. If they choose to offer retiree health benefits, they may cut or eliminate the benefits unless they have made a specific promise to maintain them.
If an employer made a clear promise to provide specific health care benefits for a definite period of time or for life and did not reserve the right to change the plan in any formal written plan document, it should honor this agreement.
When employers fail to honor contracts, we may be able to bring a breach of contract suit against them. Please speak with us about your case to learn how we may help you.
Contact Our Union Retirement Benefits Dispute Attorneys
To schedule a free consultation, please call 313-566-4787 or 800-221-6021.