Service Your Policy
Please email your request to us following these instructions:
Email us to request the secure link, without providing any details of your request.
We will reply with a "registered" email using RMail.
You will click the link to reply encrypted. (don't just hit reply, you need to open the RMail reply)
You will then submit your request in the RMail reply. Include the desired effective date and a detailed description of your request.
We will then process your change and confirm with you. Do not consider the change complete until you receive confirmation.
Please remember that coverage cannot be bound and claims cannot be reported by email unless and until you receive affirmative confirmation of receipt of your request from us. An automated response is not confirmation.
Warning: Do NOT include any private or sensitive information unless you are sending using encrypted email.
If you have a ShelterPoint Disability/Paid Family Leave policy you can manage it online.You can add and remove employees, and edit existing member information. All you need to begin managing your policy online is your group's policy number and your federal ID number. Start managing your policy.
See the Pay Bill and Make Claim pages for additional servicing links available to your particular company.
Provide permissions for servicing using this link.
This document covers the following permissions and can can be completed and submitted electronically.
Authorization for future use of personal information
Consent to receive electronic documents
Consent to receive text communications
If a field does not apply, type N/A.
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Going to Canada?
Ask us for a Canadian ID card. "A U.S. traveler in Canada is required to carry a motor vehicle liability card, plus vehicle ownership papers. A copy of the automobile policy is recommended to be carried. And a Canadian Non-Resident Inter-provincial Motor Vehicle Liability Card is strongly recommended. U.S. travelers who do not carry a Canadian Non-Resident Inter-provincial Motor Vehicle Liability Card and are stopped by Canadian police or are in an accident while driving in Canada risk being fined or having their vehicle impounded until proof of proper coverage is obtained."