When employers entrust MA PFML management to Guardian, they can be confident in:

Easier administration.

We offer a single point-of-contact for disability and/or paid leave claims inquiries, with digital capabilities that make it easier to submit claims and access bills, policies, and reports.1 At the same time, we can help you integrate Short Term Disability, Long Term Disability, and your PFML plan for added efficiency and ease of use.

Thorough compliance.

Our MA PFML plan is fully insured and state-approved, with dedicated support to help you file a private plan exemption with the state. We also keep you continuously updated on new regulations to ensure your plan stays compliant.

Reliable, friendly guidance.

Our tenured professionals are highly experienced with proper claims management, as well as supporting conservative and effective return-to-work outcomes.

Competitive pricing.

We will work with you to understand your unique needs, then help you create a comprehensive MA PFML plan that delivers maximum value and strict compliance, at a price that fits your budget.


All the MA PFML information you need

From employee eligibility to private plan insurance, read what you need to know in our FAQ


Ready to let Guardian help you manage it all?

We’re ready to help you more efficiently implement and manage MA PFML, streamline administration, and enhance compliance.  

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Guardian Survey, Claims experience (claim initiation, representative experience, communications, handling concerns) 2020.   All terms of coverage, including benefits, eligibility, coverage limitations and exclusions under Guardian’s Massachusetts Paid Family and Medical Leave plan (MA PFML) will comply with the MA PFML law and regulation. Any optional riders and/or features which may be available may incur additional costs. Plan documents are the final arbiter of coverage.

The MAPFL regulations continue to be subject to updates by the state, with temporary income replacement to eligible workers currently scheduled to commence as of January 1, 2021.

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