Employee benefits are a critical part of any compensation package. However, organizations often need a reliable partner to make sure these benefits are administered correctly and effectively. Associated administrators serves as that partner for many groups in Maryland. Find out how to get the most from your benefits package through Associated Administrators and tap into the provided legal plan in this article.
About Associated Administrators
Associated Administrators, LLC, is an independent third-party administrator company of employee benefit plans. They have locations on the East Coast with two offices in Maryland in Sparks and Landover. Associated Administrators works with clients in variety of industries and administer plans for over 262,000 individuals. Benefits administered include:
- Apprenticeship training
Companies work with associated administrators to ensure that plans are administrated appropriately for enrolled employees. Their clients include several unions based in Maryland and other surrounding areas.
Benefits and Services to Check Out
If you have a benefits plan administered by Associated Administrators, you may not be aware of all of the benefits and services available to you, especially with your legal plan. This legal plan gives you access to a network of experienced attorneys who can assist with family law matters, personal injury matters, estate planning, traffic offenses, and more. Instead of having to search for and hire an attorney, you’ll have access to legal guidance right when you need it.
With Associated Administrators, you can get the information you need about your legal plan when and where you need it with:
- 24/7 access to benefits information by phone
- 24/7 access to necessary forms, benefit information, client and provider links on their website
Associated Administrators offers legal plans for enrolled employees through Akman & Associates, LLC. Akman & Associates is proud to offer effective, affordable legal services and representation to individuals across the Mid-Atlantic Area. If you’d like to discuss pre-paid legal plans and how they can be of benefit, contact our law firm today.