Category: LECMPA

LECMPA now offers $252 a day coverage








LECMPA will begin offering up to $252/day in coverage effective January 1, 2017. This is the highest daily rate of job insurance offered anywhere. It’s available to all unions and crafts, subject to the applicant’s average monthly earnings. And, it comes with all the other LECMPA benefits: beneficiary accidental death[1], our best-in-industry Loyalty Appreciation program and award-winning customer service.


If you’ve been thinking about increasing your coverage, now is the time to contact your local representative or the LECMPA Home Office. Applicants must be free of incidents or discipline for three years in order to qualify for daily coverage of more than $201.

Railroad Job insurance 101

Railroad Job Insurance 101


Job Insurance for your greatest asset, your paycheck. Here is a great short video on job insurance available to Unionized Transportation employees by LECMPA .

LECMPA offers affordable job insurance plans to fit you budget. Contact me today for information on plans and details on convenient over the phone sign-up.

Regardless of company policies pertaining to discipline, if you hold a federal certification as an Engineer or Conductor, you may be subject to time off from work, if certification is revoked or suspended.


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LECMPA Announces new policy





Effective September 1, 2014, your No. 7 or No. 10 LECMPA Policy will be upgraded to our new No. 12 Policy. The No. 12 is currently available only to Group B members, and has the features of our best job insurance policies: up to 365 discipline days and accidental death benefits for the member and beneficiary.*

You start your No. 12 coverage at the seniority you hold on your current No. 7 or No. 10. Your No. 12 policy will carry 365 discipline days in its sixth year. If you had only a No. 7 policy previously, you now have accidental death coverage for yourself and a beneficiary.

If you have any questions, please contact an LECMPA representative or the Home Office!

* Accidental death benefits not currently available in California; beneficiary accidental death benefit not available in Texas

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