ALBANY – The wife of a state police investigator was not unfairly denied disability retirement because he died seven minutes before his application for benefits was received by the state, a divided appeals court has determined.

The Appellate Division, Third Department, said the Retirement and Social Security Law (RSSL) is clear that in order to be eligible for disability retirement, state employees must be active members of the State and Local Retirement System when they apply.

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