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  • Horse and farm claims
    To report horse injury, sickness, or mortality claims Note: Horse injury, sickness, and mortality claims may only be reported via telephone. Immediate notice of all accidents, sicknesses, injuries and/or deaths must be reported to: 800-362-7535   Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m. EST 800-446-7925   Evenings, weekends, and holidays  Mortality claim card Animal loss procedures Do: 1. Report all accidents, sicknesses, injuries, and deaths. 2. Contact Markel for permission prior to any surgical procedures. 3. Make arrangements for an autopsy. 4. Call police in case of theft, shooting, or vehicular involvement. Don’t 1. Perform any surgical procedure without contacting Markel. 2. Have animal put down without consent of Markel. 2. Have animal removed prior to performance of an autopsy. 3. Neglect a police report, if needed.  CAUTION Please share these procedures with anyone having care, custody, and control of the insured horse. Failure to comply may jeopardize your coverage. To report horse liability or farm claims .Claims page Please use the property or general liability links located on the Accident report procedures 4. Report all incidents to Markel Claims department. 3. Obtain names, addresses, phone numbers of police, fire, medical, or hospital authorities. 2. Obtain names, addresses, and phone numbers of all witnesses. 1. Obtain all accident details. Do: 3. Discuss accident or injury with anyone other than your insurance representative or someone authorized by the insurance company. 2. Admit responsibility for the accident or injury. 1. Divulge information with regards to insurance coverage. Don’t: CAUTION Please share these procedures with anyone having care, custody, and control of the insured horse. Failure to comply may jeopardize your coverage.
  • The selection process
    Where can I check the status of my application? The confirmation email that you received upon submitting the application contains a link through which you can monitor the status of your application. You must create an account in our application portal to check the status.
  • Career areas
    At Markel, we encourage you to take charge of your career. We will be there to help you with the resources and guidance you need. Your success is our success. Interested in joining a Fortune 500 company with a reputation for excellence? Explore some Markel’s career areas below! See where you can help make Markel one of the world’s greatest companies. Underwriting Markel underwriters use creativity and analytical skills to evaluate and set coverage conditions for our clients. To ensure we make decisions profitable to Markel and our clients, underwriters analyze information to determine the risk of insuring a customer and to determine appropriate premiums and amounts of coverage as well as develop the policy language to cover potential losses. An underwriter helps to strategically position and market new policies to wholesale brokers or retail agents. Claims Claims associates investigate, evaluate, and settle claims. They apply technical knowledge and skillful negotiation skills to ensure fair and prompt closing of cases. Actuarial Markel’s actuaries help predict the risk involved in writing various types of insurance policies and identify the potential profitability with different business opportunities. Our actuary associates use their strong analytical skills to provide data that allows management to plan for the future and reserve for possible losses. Finance, accounting, treasury, tax, and internal audit Markel’s finance, accounting, treasury, tax, and internal audit associates are responsible for the integrity of the company’s worldwide financial operations and policies. Information systems and technology Whether it’s computing or communicating, IT delivers all of our systems worldwide, with an eye toward speed and reliability, technical expertise, and knowledge of our business. Regulatory and compliance Associates in regulatory and compliance are responsible for ensuring that we meet federal and state mandates to protect both the company and our insureds. Strong attention to detail and an ability to identify potential problems and opportunities within the regulatory arena are important assets for this position. Customer support Associates in customer support work effectively in a fast-paced environment, work well in a team environment, communicate clearly and professionally. Our associates are reliable and dedicated to providing the best customer experience possible.
  • Legal disclaimer and privacy policy
    Conditions for use of this web site By using this web site, you signify your agreement to the terms and conditions contained in these legal notices. If you do not accept these terms and conditions, please do not use this web site. Please read these terms carefully. We reserve the right to add, delete or otherwise modify portions of these terms at any time. You should visit this page periodically to review the terms and conditions. User access to and use of this web site is subject to all applicable federal, state and local laws and regulations. Virginia law and Federal law will govern the interpretation and enforcement of these terms and conditions. Disclaimer This web site has been prepared solely for the purpose of providing information about Markel Corporation and the services and products it offers through its subsidiaries. Markel has compiled this web site in good faith. However, no representation is made as to the completeness or accuracy of the information it contains. In particular, you should be aware that this information may be incomplete, may contain errors or may have become out of date. The reports filed by Markel with the Securities and Exchange Commission and listed on this web site speak only as of the respective dates on which they are filed or used by Markel. Markel makes no commitment, and disclaims any duty, to update any of those reports. MARKEL DOES NOT WARRANT THAT THE WEB SITE WILL OPERATE ERROR-FREE OR THAT THE WEB SITE AND ITS SERVERS ARE FREE OF COMPUTER VIRUSES OR OTHER HARMFUL MATERIAL. IF YOUR USE OF THE WEB SITE OR THE SITE’S MATERIAL RESULTS IN ANY COSTS OR EXPENSES, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, THE NEED FOR SERVICING OR REPLACING EQUIPEMENT OR DATA, MARKEL SHALL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR THOSE COSTS OR EXPENSES. THIS WEBSITE AND THE INFORMATION CONTAINED HEREIN (INCLUDING ANY REFERENCES TO PRODUCTS OR SERVICES) ARE PROVIDED "AS IS" WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY OR IMPLIED TERM OF ANY KIND. MARKEL, TO THE FULLEST EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW, DISCLAIMS ALL WARRANTIES, INCLUDING THE WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY, NON-INFRINGEMENT OF THIRD PARTY RIGHTS, AND THE WARRANTY OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. ALTHOUGH MARKEL STRIVES TO PROVIDE THOROUGH AND ACCURATE MATERIALS ON ITS WEB SITE, WE MAKE NO WARRANTIES ABOUT THE ACCURACY, RELIABILITY, COMPLETENESS, OR TIMELINESS OF THE MATERIAL, SERVICES, SOFTWARE, TEXT, GRAPHICS, AND LINKS. IN NO EVENT SHALL MARKEL OR ANY OF ITS SUBSIDIARIES BE SUBJECT TO LIABILITY FOR ANY DAMAGES OF ANY KIND, WHETHER DIRECT, INDIRECT, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, CONSEQUENTIAL OR OTHERWISE, WHETHER OR NOT ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY THEREOF, UNDER ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, ARISING OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE PROVISION OF INFORMATION ON THIS WEB SITE OR SITES LINKED TO THIS WEB SITE. Forward looking statements This is a Safe Harbor statement under the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. This web site and the site’s material, including documents and presentations within it, contain forward-looking statements that involve risks and uncertainties. Forward-looking statements may be identified by the use of terms such as believes, expects, estimates, may, intends, plans, will, should or anticipates or by the negative thereof or similar expressions, or by discussions of strategy. Markel Corporation has based the forward-looking statements on beliefs, assumptions, expectations and projections about future events using information available at the time such statements were made. These forward-looking statements are subject to risks, uncertainties and assumptions about Markel. Discussion of factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from management's projections, forecasts, estimates and expectations is contained in Markel's SEC filings, including Forms 8-K, 10-Q and 10-K. Markel cautions the reader not to place undue reliance on its forward-looking statements because the assumptions, beliefs, expectations and projections about future events may and often do materially differ from actual results. Markel undertakes no obligation to update any forward-looking statement to reflect developments occurring after such statement is made. Copyright notice Material contained on this web site is copyrighted material by Markel Corporation. All rights reserved. No materials from this web site may be copied, reproduced, republished, posted, or distributed in any way, except as expressly permitted herein or with the prior consent of Markel Corporation. Trademark notice MARKEL and its Design are registered trademarks of Markel Corporation. All other trademarks are property of Markel Corporation or its subsidiaries unless otherwise designated. The use of these marks, except as expressly permitted herein or with the prior consent of Markel Corporation is prohibited. Reference to analysts Although Markel Corporation may reference or provide a list of analysts on this web site as a convenience to you, any opinions, estimates or forecasts regarding Markel Corporation's performance made by these analysts are theirs alone and do not necessarily represent opinions, forecasts or predictions of Markel Corporation or its management. Markel Corporation does not by its reference above or distribution imply its endorsement or sponsorship of, or concurrence with, such information, conclusions or recommendations of the analysts or firms. Links to other materials Some of the links available to you through this web site will allow you to leave the Markel web site. The Internet sites and the material that you can access there are not under the control of Markel, and Markel makes no representations and disclaims all liability with respect thereto. The links are provided only for your convenience, and their inclusion does not constitute nor imply approval or endorsement by Markel of the sites or their content. If you decide to visit any third-party sites using the links from this web site, you do so at your own risk. Indemnity By using this web site, you agree to defend, indemnify, and hold harmless Markel Corporation and its subsidiaries, their officers, their directors, their employees and their agents, from and against any and all losses, claims, damages, costs and expenses (including reasonable legal and accounting fees) that Markel may become obligated to pay arising or resulting from your use of the web site or your breach of these terms and conditions. Markel reserves the right to assume or participate, at your expense, in the investigation, settlement and defense of any such action or claim. Violations of terms and conditions In the event that you violate or attempt to violate any of the terms and conditions contained in these legal notices, Markel reserves the right to terminate your access to this web site immediately, at our sole discretion, with our without notice of any kind. We also reserve the right to involve and cooperate with the law enforcement agencies, and to pursue a civil lawsuit or criminal prosecution for any and all alleged or actual illegal activities involving this web site. Legal disputes, severability and choice of law If there is a legal dispute of any kind about or arising out of the use if this web site, the laws of the Commonwealth of Virginia will govern such dispute without regard to conflict of law rules. You agree that if any part of these terms and conditions is found to be unenforceable, the remainder of these terms and conditions will remain in full force and effect. By using this web site you expressly agree and submit to personal jurisdiction and exclusive venue in the state and federal courts located in the City of Richmond, Commonwealth of Virginia. Privacy policy notice Markel is committed to safeguarding your privacy. We understand your concerns regarding the privacy of your nonpublic personal information. No nonpublic personal information is required to be collected when you visit our websites; however, this information may be requested in order to provide the products and services described.  We do not sell nonpublic personal information to non-affiliated third parties for marketing or other purposes. We only use and share this type of information with non-affiliated third parties for the purposes of underwriting insurance, administering your policy or claim and other purposes as permitted by law, such as disclosures to insurance regulatory authorities or in response to legal process. Notwithstanding the foregoing, we may use this information for the purpose of marketing our own products and services to you.      We collect nonpublic personal information about you from the following sources: Information we receive from you on applications or other forms; Information about your transactions with us, our affiliates, or others; and/or Information we receive from consumer reporting agencies and inspection reports. We do not disclose any nonpublic personal information about our customers/claimants or former customers/claimants to anyone, except as permitted by law.   We may disclose nonpublic personal information about you to the following types of third parties: Service providers, such as insurance agents and/ or brokers and claims adjusters; and/or Other non-affiliated third parties as permitted by law. We restrict access to nonpublic personal information about our customers/claimants to those individuals who need to know that information to provide products and services to our customers/claimants or as permitted by law.  We maintain physical, electronic, and procedural safeguards to guard your nonpublic personal information. Residents of California You may request to review and make corrections to recorded non-public personal information contained in our files.  A more detailed description of your rights and practices regarding such information is available upon request.  Please contact your agent/broker for instructions on how to submit a request to us.       For further information, please contact us at
  • MM SM Hotline Panel Ext Care
    Available to Nursing Home, Hospital, Extended Care Facility policyholders free of charge, this Hotline panel provides access to experienced and nationally recognized defense attorneys who are available to answer general risk management related questions.  Please note that questions regarding specific situations should be discussed with retained counsel.  Facts and laws vary from case to case and state to state. William Wilson, Partner Wilson Getty, LLP San Diego, CA 92130 858-847-3237 Brynda Insley Insley and Race, LLC Atlanta, GA  30309 404-876-9816 William Wilson , Partner   Wilson Getty LLP 12555 High Bluff Drive, Suite 270 San Diego, CA   92130   Contact Bill at:  858-847-3237   William C. Wilson attended the University of San Diego School of Law (J.D., 1990), and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (B.A., 1985).  While in law school, Bill interned with the San Diego City Attorney’s Office.   Bill’s practice focuses on the defense of long term health care facilities, including residential care and skilled nursing facilities.  He has successfully defended long term care clients in actions filed by residents and family members raising claims involving intentional acts, violations of the Elder Abuse Act, punitive damages and violations of Business and Professions Code section 17200.  Bill also regularly represents facilities in administrative hearings.  Such matters involve filing civil complaints against the Department of Health Services for dismissal of alleged regulatory violations.    Liedle, Getty & Wilson LLP is an associate member of the California Association of Health Facilities (“CAHF”).  Bill is an active member of CAHF.  He serves on CAHF’s Legal Subcommittee and regularly provides presentations on topics particular to long term care litigation.  In addition, Bill is the treasurer for the Associate Member Council to the San Diego Healthcare Association.  He is also a member of the State Bar of California, San Diego County Bar Association, Elder Law Section and San Diego Defense Lawyers.   Bill’s practice also includes defending clients in general liability matters including motor vehicle and construction site accidents and products liability cases.  These cases involve claims for serious personal injury and wrongful death.  Bill, who holds a “BV” rating from Martindale-Hubbell, has successfully tried numerous jury and bench trials to verdict.  In addition, he has conducted over 120 arbitrations, and has handled many administrative hearings, settlement conferences and mediations.   ____________________________   Brynda Insley, Principal   Insley & Race Two Midtown Plaza 1349 West Peachtree Street, Northwest, Suite Atlanta, GA  30309   Contact Brynda at:  404-876-9816   Brynda Rodriguez Insley is the founding principal of Insley & Race LLC, in Atlanta, Georgia. She was born and raised in St. Louis, Missouri in 1961, and graduated magna cum laude from Saint Louis University, St. Louis, Missouri in May 1983. She obtained her Juris Doctor degree from Emory University School of Law, Atlanta, Georgia in 1986, and practiced law with a well-known insurance defense firm from 1986 to 1998 at which time she started Insley & Race, LLC with Kevin Race, Esq. Insley & Race, LLC primarily focuses on defense tort litigation, including but not limited to, the areas of medical malpractice liability, hospital/nursing liability, nursing home liability, medical device/product liability, and general liability/premises cases. She is a member of the Defense Research Institute, Georgia Defense Lawyers Association, Georgia Bar Association and other professional associations, and is a frequent speaker at professional and client seminars.   Ms. Insley has successfully represented numerous hospitals, long term care facilities, assisted living facilities and individual healthcare providers over the past 22 years in professional negligence cases, EMTALA and administrative matters and licensing board issues. Insley & Race employs a diverse and experienced team of attorneys which includes a JD/MD, 3 Legal Nurse Consultants and a numerous paraprofessionals to provide comprehensive, factually tailored representation to the Firm’s clients for the best possible outcome.
  • Our culture
    Markel is not your standard insurance company. Since being founded by Sam Markel in 1930, Markel has earned the reputation for covering hard-to-place risks; like, Dorothy’s ruby red slippers from the Wizard of Oz. Markel is a family-oriented company and a global, publicly-traded organization. Interested in joining a unique Fortune 500 company with a reputation for excellence? 212 words describe our corporate DNA. These are the values and expectations that guide us each and every day. The Markel Style promotes excellence, a sense of humor, as well as honesty and fairness in all of our dealings. From Singapore to London to Bermuda and New York City, our associates incorporate the Style and values into all business dealings. Our competitive advantage At Markel, we recognize our associates as our greatest asset and are our greatest competitive advantage. Our associates provide the highest level of service. Our associates keep Markel in leadership positions in the insurance marketplaces. Commitment to open doors Markel is committed to creating the best work environment. Our open-door policy is essential in recognizing business issues as they rise and to address the changing needs of our diverse and global workforce. Challenging management is a component of the Markel Style—some of our best ideas start from a conversation between a manager and an associate. Entrepreneurial spirit As the Markel Style states, we pursue excellence, strive for a better way, and share the success of others. Markel associates proactively seek new business opportunities, bringing further success to Markel. Diversity and inclusion Markel is a diverse, global company. Diversity provides Markel with the ability to serve the needs of customers globally. Our diverse workforce enables Markel to make decisions and change course quickly, creatively and effectively, as defined in the Markel Style. Diversity makes us better business partners. At Markel, embracing people’s differences brings amazing results and fuels innovation. BEAM (Black Engagement at Markel) - BEAM seeks to improve equity, education, and engagement among Black associates along with the greater Markel Community.  The Jitneys - A group striving  to enhance interaction between newer associates and well established Markel professionals while exemplifying the Markel Style.  Markel Women’s Network - Helping build and guid and empower employees through education, community outreach, networking, and support.  Markel Veterans Program - Partnering with Operation Healing Forces, to hire and train veterans to be part of our talented and high-performing team. Community involvement Markel has a rich tradition of community involvement where our associates and customers live and work across the world. Markel provides support to a diverse group of not-for-profit organizations whose missions align with our philanthropic priorities to make the most of the resources we have, and in turn, have a greater impact on our communities. Our associates are always stepping up to volunteer for their local community. Each of our major locations has a committee of associates who identifies charities to support each year. As described in the Markel Style, we are committed to giving back to the communities we serve.
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  • MM SM Hotline Service Terms 2
    Markel does not participate in hotline calls and will not have access to and will not be supplied with information about any hotline discussion.   It is agreed that policyholder’s utilization of the Hotline Service shall constitute agreement by the policyholder to the following terms:   The purpose of Hotline Service is to respond to policyholder general risk management related questions. Conversations between the policyholder and the Hotline Service Panel Member are totally confidential and will not be recorded by either party. The Hotline Service Panel Member will not divulge any portion of the conversation to the insurer or to any other third party. The Hotline Service does not provide any kind of legal service or legal advice. Legal questions or legal advice are outside the scope of the Hotline Service. The policyholder does not at any time enter into an attorney-client relationship with any of the Hotline Service Panel Members.  The Hotline Service does not cover such items as responding on behalf of a policyholder to a lawsuit, or to a charge brought by an administrative agency, or to a demand letter from an attorney. Utilization of this service or notice to any Panel Member of a claim or potential claim against a policyholder does not constitute notice to the insurance company of a claim or potential claim. The Panel Member is under no obligation to, and will not, report such a claim or potential claim to the insurance company. The policyholder agrees to abide by the terms of the policy relative to reporting claims directly to the insurance company. The Panel Members cannot provide advice or representation concerning any possible disputes or controversies between the policyholder and the insurance company, including whether any particular claim or potential claim or demand against a policyholder is covered by the insurance policy. In the event of any dispute between the policyholder and the insurance company, the Panel Member will not be called upon in any way to provide any testimony or any other evidence in connection with the dispute. The policyholder agrees not to make any claim of any kind at any time against any Panel Member. Policyholder utilization of the service shall constitute agreement to the foregoing terms.                                                                                         PROCEED TO HOTLINE INFORMATION
  • Independent schools
    Markel’s Independent School insurance program for private, charter, and professional schools is custom tailored for the school industry and covers a range of risks. We cover the following types of schools: K-12 Montessori  Charter  Business and secretarial  Charm/finishing Computer training Continuing education  Correspondence Culinary Crafts (ceramics, jewelry making, knitting, needlework) Fine arts, drama, music Headstarts Language Professional development  Public speaking Trade and vocational Tutoring Coverage highlights General liability limits up to $1 million per occurrence/$3 million aggregate Educators legal liability limits up to $1million per occurrence /$2 million aggregate on a claims made basis Sexual abuse liability limits up to $1 million per occurrence /$3 million aggregate Auto liability  Cyber liability included in coverage Property with custom enhancements available Broadened auto and general liability enhancements For more information, visit our web page.
  • Our approach
    Our companies are leaders in their respective industries. Our management teams are the leaders of those companies. We provide corporate governance and other related services to our companies but refrain from affecting management's day-to-day activities. Therefore, our companies can focus on what they do best. From providing healthcare solutions, affordable housing, or retail price solutions across the US to manufacturing capital equipment around the world, each of our companies strives to achieve long-term success for its customers, employees, and communities.
  • Property
    Markel’s property team covers high-value commercial property risks worldwide. We focus on accounts that take a solid approach to risk management with resources in place committed to loss prevention.
  • Casualty facultative
    Markel’s casualty facultative reinsurance is available to the broker market for individual casualty risks.
  • Specialty Personal
    With decades of experience selling personal lines products, Specialty Personal is a well established business here at Markel. We employ some of the most knowledgeable--and helpful--people in the industry. They love horses, bikes, and boats... and it shows. The Specialty Personal product support teams are well-trained, enthusiastic, and available to spend time (answering questions, listening to concerns, discussing coverage options) with customers and potential customers. We understand that each Specialty Personal customer requires unique coverage. They have different needs and different budgets. That’s why we have developed an adaptable portfolio of products that are easily customized to fit the requirements of an individual policyholder. We have a passion for what we do and our underwriting, loss control and customer service talent runs deep. In short, we sell personalized solutions. To learn more about our personal products, please scroll down this page. Not all products are available in all states.  For more information about our commercial products, please click here.
  • Background check
    At this point in the recruiting process, you have been asked to complete a Markel background check application. Please return the application and acknowledgement back to the requester as soon as possible. Step 1: Complete the background check release, download, print, and sign (original signature required), scan, and return via email to the requester. Step 2: Review the legal consumer rights notices listed under Background check information below. Background check information: The following documents contain a legal explanation of your consumer rights and should be reviewed. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC), the nation’s consumer protection agency, enforces the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), a law that protects the privacy and accuracy of the information in your credit report. The FCRA spells out your rights as a job applicant and an employer’s responsibilities when using credit reports and other background information to assess your application. 1. A summary of your rights from the federal Fair Credit and Reporting Act 2. Notice to users of consumer reports: obligations of users under the FCRA 3. Notice to furnishers of information: obligations of furnishers under the FCRA 4. Notice regarding background investigation pursuant to California law  
  • Marine
    Wholesale marine has a wide and flexible appetite of classes designed for the wholesale market. To better serve our customers, products are distributed through Markel’s regional offices. At Markel, we have marine specialists working with you to provide for your customers’ insurance needs. We are focused on maintaining a consistent, financially sound and reliable market with the ability to quickly adapt to change.
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