Improved Dental Benefits for Retirees

Effective January 1, 2014, the Plan launched improved dental benefits for retirees. The benefits continue to be provided by Delta Dental.

The improvements include:

  • A higher annual maximum benefit (now $1,500),
  • Enhanced diagnostic/preventive and basic restorative services, and
  • Coverage for major restorative and prosthodontic services.

See the Dental page for more information.

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I got hurt on the job, but Workers’ Compensation is not paying me. Can I get disability benefits?

If you suffer a work-related injury, you are not eligible for short-term disability benefits. However, if you suffer a work-related injury and are denied Workers’ Compensation, you are eligible to apply for the Weekly Disability Subrogation Agreement. You can also apply for long-term disability benefits six months after your injury. For more information, see the "If You Become Disabled" section on the Life Events page.

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