I and a co-worker went through a much worse case. We worked for a company that denied us medical and Simple IRA. I found out about the SIMPLE IRA violation accidentally after pushing for the medical. When they finally brought us the forms and we completed them they fired us the next day. IRA and medical applications were never sent to carriers. Blatant violations but no attorneys will take it on because it is not a discrimination case. We were singled out of the plans because they felt we were afraid we would lose our jobs if we pushed the issue. We pushed, they fired. Their ERISA violations would be up to $400,000 by now. Termination was in 2015. I had 4 years and she had 9. Is there anyway for us to recover any more than the contributions they didn't put in?