IBEW Local 570


Tucson, Arizona

IBEW Local 570 Paycheck Protection


Illness, Injury, and Death Are The #1 Cause of Bankruptcy & Foreclosure In America. Take Control of Financially Protecting Yourself and Your Loved Ones!


Is What You Currently Have Enough?

IBEW Local 570 Journeymen who are covered by the Local 570 full health plan have a $350/week Short-Term Disability benefit that pays for 26 weeks. If your paycheck is normally $1,000/week and you get sick or injured, you would receive $350 in weekly benefits. That leaves an income gap of $650/week or 65% of your weekly income. If you missed work for 6 weeks, that is an income loss of $3,900. The Apprentices, Construction Wireman and Construction Electricians on the Sub-Plans have no paycheck protection if they were to suffer a disabling sickness or injury.

The Local 570 health plan does not offer Long-Term Disability and there is only a $10,000 Life Insurance benefit for members on the Local 570 full health plan and only $5,000 of Life Insurance on the sub health plans.

These new Paycheck Protection Benefits are being offered to help you protect your income when you cannot work due to unforeseen injury, illness, or death.

Tucson Arizona

Continued Income When Your Paycheck Stops Due To Injury, Illness or Death!

Plan Information Overview

  • Short-Term Disability (STD) pays for up to 24 Weeks
  • Long-Term Disability (LTD) pays for up to 2 or 5 years
  • Life Insurance w/ AD&D for Member, Spouse, and/or Child(ren)

Benefits & Costs

No medical tests, questions, or underwriting to enroll; no active working member of the IBEW Local 570 can be denied coverage!

COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Disability FAQ

It is important to understand that these Life and Disability benefits DO cover COVID-19 (Coronavirus) in the event that you contract the virus and cannot work (to include being quarantined after being diagnosed with COVID-19) or pass away as a result of the virus.

The below list provides the main parameters a member’s claim must meet in order to be eligible to file a claim for the Coronavirus. However, there may be other factors that would impact a Coronavirus claim.

  • Only cases of the Coronavirus that are medically diagnosed and documented by a medical professional would constitute as eligible for benefits
  • Members who are quarantined due to testing positive for Coronavirus would be eligible for benefits
  • Members who are quarantined as a preventative measure and do not have an official Coronavirus diagnosis by a medical professional would not be eligible for benefits, including, but not limited to;
    • Jobsite shutdowns for preventative measures
    • Furloughs, layoffs, etc.
    • Care for a loved one who has been diagnosed or exposed
  • The normal waiting period still applies, so the member needs to be held out of work by a medical professional for longer than their waiting period in order to be eligible

Members enrolling for coverage now, but who do not yet have effective coverage, would not have an eligible Coronavirus claim if:

  • The member enrolls now for a future coverage effective date and already has a medically diagnosed case of Coronavirus or has seen their doctor for signs/symptoms of the Coronavirus
  • The member’s coverage is not effective and in force prior to seeing a medical professional or being diagnosed

Please call us at 224-770-5305 for more information.