Liberty Mutual Is Now Lincoln Financial for STD and LTD BenefitsLincoln Financial recently acquired Liberty Mutual, the third-party administrator for Short-Term Disability (STD) and Long-Term Disability (LTD) benefits. You will soon be seeing rebranding of the Liberty Mutual name to Lincoln Financial. There will be no change to the STD and LTD benefits or coverage. Liberty Mutual will continue to administer Workers' Compensation claims.
FCPS' Integrated Disability Management Program (IDM)
FCPS is dedicated to ensuring that its employees are provided with the best Integrated Disability Management (IDM) Program. The program consists of short-term disability, long-term disability, and workers' compensation. Liberty Mutual/Lincoln Financial is the program administrator for the FCPS IDM Program.
As part of the IDM program, Liberty Mutual/Lincoln Financial administers employee disability benefits, release, and return to work (when appropriate) for approved short-term disability, long-term disability benefits, or workers' compensation.
If you sustain a personal illness, injury, have been diagnosed with a serious health condition, or are going to serve as an organ donor, FCPS will provide salary replacement through the STD program, if you have been disabled for more than 20 continuous workdays, up to 5 months.
If you are receiving payment from the short-term disability program and the claim is approaching the end of the five-month STD period, Liberty Mutual/Lincoln Financial will automatically transition the STD claim to the LTD program to determine if you are eligible to collect additional benefits.
If you are injured on the job or have sustained an occupational illness, you may be eligible to receive workers' compensation benefits. Benefits available through workers' compensation include payment for medical expenses and salary replacement if you are totally disabled for more than 7 calendar days as a result of the compensable occupational illness and/or injury.
Growing your family?FCPS offers am Expecting Parents Workshop, which provides information on how to prepare and plan for pregnancy and maternity or paternity-related leaves as well as additional resources that are available through your health plan.
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