Property and Casualty

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General Information

Contact Information

Connie Van Slyke (Administrator)

- Medical Malpractice
- Workers' Compensation
- Title
- Credit/Credit Property
- Pre-Paid Legal
- Mortgage Guaranty
- Ocean/Inland Marine
- Professional Liability
- Product Liability
- Directors & Officers
- Aircraft
- Fidelity & Surety
- Crime/Burglary/Theft
- Boiler & Machinery
- Interline
- Commercial Umbrella 

Emma Covalt

- Commerical General Liability
- Medical Malpractice - Excess Liability Fund 

Phuong Tran

- Commerical Property 
- Commerical Package
- Businessowners

Wyatt Powers

Medical Malpractice - Excess Liability Fund



Property & Casualty Division Overview

What We Do:

  • Analyze and take final action on rate and form filings made by insurance companies and other entities, such as advisory organizations 
  • Provide technical support in property and casualty matters to other divisions within the Department of Insurance 

  • Handle the daily administrative activities of the Nebraska Hospital Medical Excess Liability Fund and the Residual Fund

  • Communicate with insurance companies, producers and consumers regarding questions pertaining to the property and casualty lines of insurance

Links to more resources:


Filing Guidance


Confidentiality Guidelines for Property & Casualty Insurance Filings in SERFF

Model-Dependent P&C SERFF Filings Initially Submitted after January 2nd, 2024



SERFF Filings Public Access for Users Without a SERFF Login


Insurance company filings are available to the public through the NAIC System for Electronic Rate and Form Filing (SERFF) interface. This link will allow you to view Rate and Form filings electronically.

  • Click Begin Serach, then under Filing Search, provide as much information as possible to narrow the results

  • If you do not see what you are looking for, broaden the search

  • You can sort your research results by date or type of filing

Workers' Compensation

Nebraska Workers' Compensation Assigned Risk Plan

Administered by

The Nebraska Workers Compensation Insurance Plan (NWCIP) provides workers' compensation and employers' liability coverage to employers who are unable to secure coverage through the voluntary market. 

Beginning July 1, 2000, Travelers Indemnity Company replaces the previous residual market mechanism which was administered by Aon Risk Services, Inc. and Employers Insurance of Wausau. 

Travelers will be the Plan Administrator and Contract Carrier for the Nebraska WCIP. 

For information concerning eligibility and instructions for obtaining coverage through the NWCIP,
Please use the links below:

Nebraska Assigned Risk Contact Information

Nebraska Application Instructions

Nebraska Workers' Compensation Contract 

Workers' Compensation Plan Safety Committee Acknowledgement of Requirements

Compensation Rates

2024 Rates
(eff. 2/1/2024)

Codes 0005-9620
Miscellaneous Values

2023 Rates
(eff. 2/1/2023)

Codes 0005-9620 
Miscellaneous Values   

2022 Rates
(eff. 2/1/2022) 

 Codes 0005-9620
 Miscellaneous Values                                                                                                                                                             

Nebraska Workers' Compensation Court

Nebraska Workers' Compensation Court

At the request of the Nebraska Workers' Compensation Court, the Nebraska Department of Insurance has drafted and approved a mandatory amendatory endorsement for attachment to policies providing specific and/or aggregate excess workers' compensation insurance for entities approved as self-insurers in the State of Nebraska. With policy information inserted, this endorsement should be attached to every specific and/or aggregate excess workers' compensation policy issued to an entity approved as a self-insurer in the State of Nebraska.

It is our intent not to approve any provisions in conflict with this endorsement. In addition, so-called "deductible endorsements" (of any form) and retrospective ratings will not be approved to be used for excess workers' compensation policies issued to an entity approved as a self-insurer in the State of Nebraska. These actions reflect the policies of the Workers' Compensation Court for approved workers' compensation self-insured employers. 

Nebraska Amendatory Endorsement for Excess Workers' Compensation Policies

Additional Workers' Compensation Information

Medical Professional Liability

Contact Information

Department Contact:
Emma Covalt

Claim Information:
Laura Arp
7220 Tallgrass Pkwy, 301E
Lincoln, NE 68521

NEW! Qualification For Excess Liability Fund - Proof of Coverage and Online Payment Portal

Payment of the Surcharge
Submit the payment online here:

Payment Portal

Email Proof of Coverage
Submit the Certificate of Insurance here:

If you do not know your license number you can go to the DHHS site at . If an entity doesn't have a license number, it will be registered with the Secretary of State - enter the account number which can be found at 


Notice About the New Medical Professional Liability Payment Portal



At the request of our stakeholders, we now have an ONLINE PAYMENT PORTAL for paying the Excess Liability Fund surcharge premium.

Both of the steps to qualify for the Excess Liability Fund can now be completed online:

STEP ONE: Use the online portal to pay the surcharge premium, which is a percentage (currently 50%) of the premium reflected on your Certificate of Insurance.
Save your receipt as a PDF. 

STEP TWO: Email the payment receipt and your Certificate of Insurance to


Questions can be sent to or Contact Emma Covalt at 402-471-4651. 


Frequently Asked Questions

What are the required underlying limits of liability?
    - For physicians, corporations, and nurse anesthetists: $500,000/$1,000,000
    - For Hospitals and Surgical Centers: $500,000/$3,000,000  

What is the amount of coverage the Fund provides?
    - The Fund provides a malpractice cap of $2,250,000

Who can qualify?
    - Nebraska Statute §44-2803 defines Health Care Provider. 

What do I need to send in to be enrolled/qualified in the Fund?
    - A Certificate of Insurance from an admitted carrier that shows who is insured, coverage dates, limits of liability, and the premium amount for the applicable limits of liability. Payment of the Surcharge - currently 50% of the underlying premium. The statutory requirements can be found in Nebraska Statute §44-2824

What if I have two carriers? Can I be Funded through two policies?
     - In order to be qualified, the underlying carrier must provide coverage on a 24/7 basis. Once you are qualified under a policy - you are qualified.

Is there a grace period?
     - There are situations where a 30 day grace period is allowed to submit the required proof of payment. This is outlined in Nebraska Regulation
Title 210 - Chapter 32

How long is the turnaround?
    - Qualification letters are usually sent within two days after proof and payment is received. 

Can I pay over the phone or online?
    - Yes - here is the link to the new payment portal.
IMPORTANT - to expedite the qualification process, please submit your proof of coverage on the same date of payment at

Who do I make the check out to?
    - If you can't use the portal, please make any checks out to: Nebraska Excess Liability Fund 

What if I am unable to obtain coverage through an admitted carrier?
    - Please complete the applicable Residual Fund Application and submit for a quote. This coverage would be considered admitted and you would then be eligible for Fund Coverage. 

Statutes, Rules and Regulations

Admitted Medical Malpractice Carriers

Campmed Casualty & Indemnity Company, Inc.
12100 Sunset Hills Road, Suite 300
Reston, VA 20190
(800) 831-9506

Capitol Indemnity Corporation
1600 Aspen Commons, Suite 300
Middleton, WI 53562
(800) 475-4450

Continental Casualty Company
151 N. Franklin Street
Chicago, IL
(312) 822-5653

Copic Insurance Company
P.O. Box 17540
Denver, CO 80217

MAG Mutual Insurance Company
P.O. Box 52979
Atlanta, GA 30355

MMIC Insurance Inc.
7701 France Avenue South, Suite 500
Minneapolis, MN 55435
(800) 328-5532

Norcal Mutual Insurance Company
575 Market Street, Suite 1000
San Francisco, CA 94105
(844) 466-7225

Preferred Professional Insurance Company (PPIC)
P.O. Box 540658
Omaha, Ne 68154
(800) 441-7742

ProAssurance Casualty Company
100 Brookwood Place
Birmingham, AL 35209
(800) 282-6242

ProSelect Insurance Company
One Financial Center 13th Floor
Boston, MA 02111
(800) 225-6168

The Doctors' Company
185 Greenwood Road
P.O. Box 2900
Napa, CA 94058
(800) 421-2368

The Medical Protective Company
5814 Reed Road
Fort Wayne, IN 46835
(800) 348-4669

UMIA Insurance Inc.
310 East 4500 South, Suite 600
Salt Lake City, UT 84107
(800) 748-4380

Zurich American Insurance Company
1299 Zurich Way, 5th Floor
Schaumburg, IL 60196
(847) 605-6000

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