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Your Go-to Team for Private PFML Plans from ShelterPoint*

With Paid Family & Medical Leave becoming available in a growing number of states, our PFML Sales Team at ShelterPoint is here to help solve your Paid Family & Medical Leave challenges, help you assess if your clients may be a good fit for a private plan, or just get you acclimated to PFML in case you haven’t considered offering private options to your clients yet. We‘re your PFML partner in emerging states with fully-insured private carrier options.

Turn to Us for Great Service

We’re happy to help you from identifying which of your clients would be a great fit for a private plan to assisting with any administrative steps required by the respective states in order to implement a private plan! 

But it doesn’t end here! Our strong service culture extends throughout our organization spanning the entire life cycle from pre-sale to servicing, renewal, and claims. We’re here for you and your clients every step of the way.

Michael Tarola, GBA, Sales Manager
Michael Tarola
GBA, Sales Manager

Mike works directly with the broker community and their clients on Paid Family and Medical Leave business.  He has been with ShelterPoint since 2009!  When he is not working, he can be found on the golf course or on a cruise ship vacationing with his wife.

Kristina Vitale, Sales Support Specialist
Kristina Vitale
Sales Support Specialist

Kristina has supported the Sales team since she started with ShelterPoint in 2011, including other territories and special-handling cases. Kristina enjoys spending time with her husband and kids, as well as her 3 furry-legged kids. She also enjoys hiking, visiting the beach, and standup comedy.

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We presently offer Paid Family & Medical Leave
in these states:
Looking for state-required Paid Family Leave and/or short-term disability in our classic markets?




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Statutory Benefit Programs Are What We Do.


PFML Resources For Brokers


Female Broker talking with a client

A Broker's Guide to Private Plan Options

This breakdown lays out the potential advantages of choosing a private, fully-insured Paid Family & Medical Leave plan.  Learn how it may provide a better solution for your clients – whether for their bottom line or day-to-day.

Learn More

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ShelterPoint Statutory Benefits Quoting Guide

This in-depth, state-by-state comparison will help guide you on what’s needed to quote and bind ShelterPoint’s* Statutory Insurance Private Plan Coverages.

Get Your Copy Here 


Paid Leave Programs Information by State

More state-specific information, including step-by-step instructions for how to apply for a private plan in each state.

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get started


With decades of experience in helping keep people INSURED,
rest ASSURED: you have found the specialists you can turn to.

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*The ShelterPoint family of companies operates under the “ShelterPoint” name strictly as a marketing name, and no legal significance is expressed or implied. The ShelterPoint family of companies consists of ShelterPoint Life Insurance Company, a NY-domiciled carrier, and its wholly-owned subsidiary ShelterPoint Insurance Company, a FL-domiciled carrier, depending on the state (see our Geographic & Jurisdictional Notice here). ShelterPoint is a registered service mark.

**Underwritten by: ShelterPoint Life Insurance Company (principal office in Garden City, NY).

This page is for informational purposes only and is not intended to provide legal counsel. Please consult with an appropriate professional for legal and compliance advice.

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