Updated June 2012
ONE-TIME DEATH BENEFIT
Human Resources, Benefits Section
450 E. South Street
Orlando, FL. 32801
Firefighters who are regular full-time or part time employees (scheduled to work 20 hours or more per week) of Orange County. Eligibility begins at date of hire.
Policy benefit in the amount of 1x annual salary rounded up to the next $1,000, to a maximum of $200,000, is provided at no cost to employee. Additional coverage may apply if employee contributed toward additional life insurance.
Accidental Death & Dismemberment
Policy benefit in the amount of 2x annual salary rounded up to the next $1,000, to a maximum of $200,000, is provided at no cost to employee. Additional coverage may apply if employee contributed toward additional life insurance.
Seat Belt Benefit
If death occurs as a result of an automobile accident and the policyholder was wearing a seat belt at the time of the accident, the policy beneficiary will receive an additional benefit equal to $50,000 or the amount of the AD&D insurance, whichever is less.
Air Bag Benefit
Payable if death occurs as a result of an automobile accident for which a Seat Belt Benefit is payable for loss of life, the automobile was equipped with an Air Bag system, and the policyholder was seated in the driver’s or passenger’s seating position intended to be protected by the Air Bag system. The Air Bag Benefit is an additional benefit up to $5,000.
NON-PROFIT OR PRIVATE ORGANIZATIONS
Committee of One Hundred of Orange County, Inc.
1201 S. Orlando Avenue, Suite 100
Winter Park, FL 32789
Phone: (407) 754-4131
Limited to Orange County. Provides immediate financial assistance of up to $5,000 as needed and scholarships on a case-by-case basis.
Disclaimer: The material contained in the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation Survivor Benefits website is not the result of legal research, but rather is based on a scan of public documents. We have made every effort to be accurate and timely, but errors may exist. The material on this website is advisory only and should not be cited as evidence or proof that a benefit exists or that our facts are accurate. Always consult the decedent’s fire department for benefits assistance, or a benefits’ attorney. If, in the course of your own research, you see errors of fact, or new benefit information, please pass this information along to the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation.