Employees and retirees are entitled under ERISA to count on the security of the investments and pension instruments that will fund their retirement. For many different reasons, however, an ERISA pension plan can suffer very substantial losses in the value of its holdings with severe damage resulting to the plan’s beneficiaries. If securities fraud, breach of fiduciary duty, or imprudent investments have endangered your retirement through ERISA pension plan losses, contact a class action attorney at Stoltmann Law Offices Commercial Litigation Group.

Stoltmann Law Offices Commercial Litigation Group represents pension plan beneficiaries in class action litigation involving a wide range of ERISA violations ranging from breach of fiduciary duty to conflict of interest, to poor investment advice. Our attorneys have worked on both sides some of the largest ERISA class action claims ever prosecuted.


ERISA authorizes a variety of causes of action to remedy violations of the statute, to enforce the terms of a benefits plan, or to provide other relief to plan participants. The most common ERISA causes of action include: (1) claims for the denial of benefits; (2) claims for breach of a fiduciary duty; (3) claims for appropriate equitable relief against non-fiduciaries to remedy violations of the act or a plan; (4) claims for interference with participants’ or beneficiaries’ exercise of ERISA rights; and (5) common law ERISA claims.

We represent ERISA participants in class action litigation on a nationwide basis. Stoltmann Law Offices Commercial Litigation Group has the experience to represent a class of plaintiffs of any size, efficiently and effectively. For a free consultation about your ERISA pension loss claims, contact one of our lawyers in Chicago.


If you are involved in an ERISA dispute or ERISA class action or another type of litigation, the Chicago lawyers at the Stoltmann Law Offices Commercial Litigation Group can provide knowledgeable legal representation. Call us at 312-332-4200. We represent clients throughout Cook County, including in Mount Prospect, Oak Lawn, Winnetka, and Oak Park, as well as in DuPage County cities such as Naperville and Aurora.