Servant Insurance Services, Inc.
34 years in business9809 S Franklin Dr Ste 300
Franklin, WI 53132-8885
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Type of EntityCorporation
- Ms. Tamia S. Priestaf, Owner / CFO
- Mr. Mark A. Priestaf, Owner / CEO
- Mr. Nathan Priestaf, JD, MBA
- Insurance Agency
- Insurance Agents
- Insurance - Accident & Health
- Insurance - Auto
- Insurance - Crop
- Insurance - Fire & Flood Specialists
- Insurance - Aviation
- Insurance - Bonding
- Insurance - Funeral
- Insurance - Medicare Services
- Insurance - Medicare Supplement
- Insurance - Homeowners
- Insurance - Life
- Insurance - Long Term Care
- Insurance - Marine
- Insurance - Senior Products
- Insurance - Dental
- Insurance - Rental
- Insurance - Disability
- Insurance - Liability
- Insurance - Medical Liability
- Insurance - Property
- Insurance - Workers Compensation
- Insurance Claim Processing Services
- Insurance Consultants
- Insurance Services
- Insurance Services - Commercial
- Insurance - Employee Benefits
- NAICS: Insurance Agencies and Brokerages
- Insurance - Travel
Service AreaState of Wisconsin
Alternate Business Names
- Servant Insurance
Licensing, Bonding or RegistrationThis business is in an industry that may require professional licensing, bonding or registration. BBB encourages you to check with the appropriate agency to be certain any requirements are currently being met.
Out of BusinessAccording to information in BBB files, this business is no longer in business.
This company offers personal and business insurance services. These services include: homeowners, renters, auto, life, fire/flood, crop, long-term care, senior products, disability, liability, property, workers compensation and employee benefits.
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