Markel Specialty's vocational rehabilitation services insurance: find out more about the options we offer.
Your organization works hard to train and inspire others. But does your organization have adequate insurance coverage? More importantly, does it have the right insurance coverage?
For over 60 years, Markel Specialty has been providing vocational rehabilitation services and other social service organizations with insurance coverage options. We understand both the important nature of your work and the types of insurance coverage that work for vocational rehabilitation services. That means we can offer you the options you want—from affordable payment plans to professional liability coverage to crisis response assistance.
Plus, we’ll give you full access to the Markel Safety 1st education program—our comprehensive loss control and risk management resource to help you prevent incidents from occurring in the first place.
With our specialty background, Markel Specialty is committed to helping your vocational rehab services organization obtain optimal coverage, control long-term costs of risks, and improve overall safety.
Protection for your business.
Every day you deal with the vulnerable, the disabled, and those in need. With the right kind of affordable insurance, your organziation can help reduce the risks associated with your work.
Background checks, training materials and education available at negotiated rates.
Markel Specialty's resource library is full of information, pointers, and guidelines for maintaining a safer environment.
Superb customer service
"The customer service, website ease and overall experience with your company has been superb. My underwriter is so efficient and wonderful to work with and I love my rep. I wish all of my carriers were as easy."
Stephanie S. | Markel Specialty agent | January, 2018
Very helpful staff
"Markel's website is getting easier to work with all the time. When dealing with underwriting, they are always very helpful and get back to us."
Sharlene C. | Markel Specialty agent | February, 2018