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Frequently Asked Questions About Filing a Short Term Disability Claim

The following questions and answers will help you file a Short Term Disability (STD) claim with Standard Insurance Company (The Standard). The steps outlined below will enable you to access our efficient claims services quickly and easily. When should I report a Short Term Disability (STD) claim? Report a claim as soon as you believe you will be absent from work beyond 7 or 30 calendar days, depending on the benefit waiting period you elected. If you are uncertain about how long you will be absent or whether you should file a claim or not, we suggest that you proceed with filing a claim ...

Voluntary Benefits

Voluntary benefit options are offered to state employees who choose to participate in the plans or options available.  Most of the voluntary benefits offer payroll deduction if there is a premium associated with the plan. Voluntary Benefit Options:  Home & Auto Insurance Metlife Legal Plans The Standard (STDI) – Voluntary Short Term Disability Insurance my529 Utah Education Savings Plan® (UESP)

The Standard (STDI) – Voluntary Short Term Disability Insurance

Short Term Disability Insurance (STDI) Updated April 2017 For information regarding filing a Short Term Disability claim please click here. What is Short Term Disability Insurance? Short term disability (STD) insurance pays a benefit in the event you cannot work because of a covered non – occupational illness or injury. (EXCLUDING on – the – job injuries, which are covered by workers compensation insurance). STDI replaces a portion of your weekly income, providing funds directly to you to help pay your bills and living expenses. Who is eligible to enroll in the Short Term ...

Utah Education Savings Plan® (UESP)

my529 is Utah’s official 529 educational savings plan. my529 has been helping families across the United States invest for higher education for more than 20 years. my529 funds may be used for qualified higher education expenses, which also include K-12 tuition expenses, qualified education loan repayments and registered apprenticeships. Learn more at  

Home & Auto Insurance

Currently there are two insurance companies that offer discounts and payroll deduction to state employees on home and auto insurance.  For further details about coverage options and premiums please contact them directly: Liberty Mutual Auto and Home Local office number for areas west of I-15:                    801-685-0515. Local office number for areas east of I-15:                    801-253-3958. Farmers Auto & Home

MetLife Legal Plans

When you enroll in the MetLife Group Legal Plan, you will receive legal representation or advice for a wide range of legal matters such as preparing a will, family law or other unexpected legal matters.  You may enroll during annual open enrollment or during the first 60 days of becoming benefit eligible.  MetLife Legal can only be cancelled during open enrollment. Click on this video link to learn more: MetLife Legal Plans Video To enroll, call 1-800-GET-MET8 (800-438-6388) Enroll on telephone only. When contacting customer service identify yourself as a State of Utah Employee to ...

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