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Roselle Police Pension Bd. v. Village of Roselle

The issue in this case is whether the surviving spouse of a Village of Roselle (Village) police officer is entitled to receive annual increases on the pension awarded to her following the death of her husband, who had been granted a "line of duty" disability pension and was, at the ...

Jones v. Board of Trustees of Police Pension Fund

Plaintiff, Patrick Jones, applied to the Board of Trustees of the Police Pension Fund of the City of Bloomington (Board) for a disability pension pursuant to article III of the Illinois Pension Code (Pension Code) (40 ILCS 5/3-101 through 3-152 (West 2006)). The Board denied Jones a ...

Fields v. SCHAUMBURG FIREFIGHTERS'PENSION

John M. Fields, a former fire captain of the Village of Schaumburg, filed an action in March 2004 against the Schaumburg Firefighters' Pension Fund and the pension board's president, Roger Turk, regarding a village employee's miscalculation of Fields' retirement pension benefits ...