Phillips 66 Company

Serious Illness & Disability

When serious health events occur, your needs and benefits may change. For other considerations, review the Preparing for the Unexpected Guide.


To Change Benefits Coverage

To make changes to your benefits coverage:

Phone: (800) 965-4421;
(646) 254-3467 (for international callers),
8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. CT, Monday – Friday

Website: Your Benefits Resources (YBR)

What to Consider

To help you think about how your life change will affect you, review the following list.

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Are you faced with a serious or life-threatening illness?
Will you require surgery or a major medical procedure as a result of your condition? If so, consider consulting Grand Rounds to get access to advice and treatment from top physicians.
  • Contact Grand Rounds for medical referral and expert opinion at:
    Phone: (844)-339-6732
    Website: Grand Rounds
Will you need to take a leave of absence? If your situation requires a prolonged absence from work, you’ll need to understand the impact on your benefits coverage.
Do you understand what income protection is available to you? If you go on a leave or disability, make sure you understand what sources of income you’ll have on hand while you’re recovering.
  • For upcoming webinars about disability benefits, contact HR Connections at 1-855-480-6634.
  • See Disability.
How are you managing your situation? Keep in mind that Resources for Living has information and tools to assist you during this time.
Do you need to increase the amount of your life insurance coverage? If you are facing a serious illness, you may want to re-evaluate your life insurance coverage.
Do you want to access the accelerated benefit option from your life and supplemental life coverage? The plan pays an accelerated benefit if you are terminally ill with a life expectancy of 24 months or less.
Do you have Restricted Stock Unit awards?
Will you need to file a power of attorney with Phillips 66? Phillips 66 will accept a power of attorney (POA) if you need to authorize an agent to make decisions or take an action concerning your benefit transactions.
Do you have a will or estate plan in place? If you’re faced with a terminal illness, you’ll want to make sure you have a current will or estate plan to ensure your assets are distributed according to your wishes.
Will you need to update your beneficiary designation? When serious health events occur, it’s a good idea to ensure your beneficiary designations are current.

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