If an employee becomes disabled from performing his or her duties and:
Has at least 10 years of creditable service (5 years if the disability results from an injury on duty), and
Has received benefits for that particular disability for 26 weeks under the Authority's Group Accident and Sickness Insurance or under the Workmen's Compensation Act, the employee would then be eligible for a disability allowance.
There are also other conditions things that would prohibit the Plan from paying a disability allowance.
Updated January, 2022
Our office is open on an appointment-only basis. We are not accepting walk-ins at this time.
If you have a question about benefits from the Retirement Plan, please call us at 312.441.9694 and leave your name, phone number, and badge # (if applicable). We will return your call within one business day. We can also set up in-person or videoconference appointments with you as needed.
If you have a scheduled appointment with a staff member, you will be required to wear a mask and complete a COVID-19 symptom checklist before you can enter the office.
If you are a retiree or surviving spouse and you have a question about health benefits from the Retiree Health Care Trust, please call Group Administrators at 800-323-1683 or 847-519-1880.
As always, we encourage you to use this website for information about the Retirement Plan and Retiree Health Care Trust. You can also view, complete and, print benefit applications directly from the site.