Are You Really Covered?
If this question has ever crossed your mind, we’re here to help.
Anyone can sell you insurance. But how do you know if it’s the right insurance? You don’t, unless you’ve got an insurance agent that will take the time to learn about what you need. That personalized approach is how we’ve been doing business for more almost 90 years.
At Middendorf Insurance, your protection is our priority.
Are you covered? Here’s a little secret: Not all insurance is the same. So, whether you’re buying insurance for your business or farm, protection for your home, auto or other assets, it’s important to work with someone who takes the time to understand what you really need – and what you don’t! A personalized approach. Tailored insurance. A long history of success in the greater Des Moines area. With Middendorf Insurance, you’re really covered.
A PERSONALIZED APPROACH
A LONG HISTORY
WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS ARE SAYING ABOUT US!
“We have been with Middendorf Insurance for 10 years and could not be more pleased with our coverage. Whenever our circumstances change, questions are answered promptly and with clarity. We never have to worry about ‘Are we covered?’ We know that we are.”
“Since our inception in 1994, Middendorf Insurance has handled all of our insurance needs. They address all concerns immediately, and I can’t say enough about their exceptional customer service. We value their expertise and experience.”
“The most important part of my insurance coverage is having an insurance partner, and a friend, who knows how to find me the best possible value for my coverage and immediate service if I do have a claim. The people at Middendorf Insurance have proven themselves on both ends. They’re the best in the business.”
“My husband and I had a good experience when we had an auto claim with Middendorf/West Bend. They followed up with their company and were my ally through the experience. I have a limitation when it comes to starting a car, we were able to rent a car that met all my needs and it was paid for by our West Bend policy.”