Does your client need to provide the statutory insurance coverages required by New York State? Knowing if employers must provide NY statutory disability (DBL) and Paid Family Leave (PFL) insurance may seem a little tricky, especially if they are not headquartered in New York State.
How do you know if your client has to provide New York Disability and Paid Family Leave?
To make it simple, we put together this quick and easy quiz to help you determine if your client needs to provide these benefits for their NY employees. Get the answer you need in less than 2 minutes!
You can take the quiz as many times as you need to for each of your employer groups!
If you need to brush up on your DBL knowledge, you can get the basics of DBL compliance here.
Information in this article is for broker/agent use only and is not intended for the general public. This information is not intended as an offer of coverage. It is for illustrative purposes only, it is not a contract.
NY DBL policies are governed by Article 9 of Workers Compensation Board (WCB) Law (New York State Disability and Paid Family Leave Benefits Law). In the event of conflicting information with the policy, the policy will take precedence over what is shown in this material. Please refer to the policy for terms under which it may be continued or cancelled. Conditions, covered services, exclusions, limitations, and terms of coverage apply as pursuant to Article 9 of WCB Law.
Underwritten by: ShelterPoint Life Insurance Company (principal office in Garden City, NY). Policy Form# SPL DBL1114