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Who is the City's Insurance Carrier?
The City of Saint Paul is self insured for workers compensation, general liability and automobile liability claims. The City pays according to Minnesota statutes for workers compensation claims. The City's limits for liability claims is subject to the tort statutory limits set by the Minnesota legislature, currently $300,000 per person, $1,000,000 per accident. The City purchases insurance for property insurance.

Employee and Retiree Benefits

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1. Who is the City's Insurance Carrier?
2. How do I file for Unemployment Benefits?
3. Does the City pay me for benefits?
4. Can I cancel my family coverage and drop to single/change from single to family?
5. My part-time hours increased to 64 hours per pay period. When can I get full-time benefits?
6. How do I change my beneficiary for life insurance?
7. I can't find my medical I.D. card. Can you provide a new one?
8. Why are two deductions listed on my pay stub for insurance; one is "pre-tax insurance" and the other is "insurance?"
9. I want to retire next month. How can I continue all my insurances?
10. How can I increase/decrease my deferred compensation?
11. I received a bill in the mail for my insurance. Why wasn't the insurance deducted from my paycheck?
12. How can I get reimbursed under my VEBA/HRA/FSA accounts?
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