Klinger Insurance Group - Germantown, Maryland

Klinger Insurance Group Provides Auto/Car Insurance, Home Insurance, and Business/Commercial Insurance for Germantown and All of Maryland

Robert Klinger
Robert "Bob" Klinger, President

Klinger Insurance Group is recognized as one of the leading and trusted independent insurance agencies and brokerage firms in Germantown, MD. The company services the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area and they are licensed in fourteen states. Klinger Insurance Group was founded in 1993 and insures over 8,300 clients throughout our region with over 10,000 policies currently in force. We act as agents, advisors, administrators and brokers.

Klinger Insurance Group strives to ensure that our clients receive the most cost-effective, comprehensive coverage that addresses both present and future needs. We are constantly adding new insurance carriers to our list of options, providing better coverage for our clients, as their insurance needs change.

As an insurance agent/broker we represent each client and act as account executives to coordinate all of their insurance needs. In addition, we monitor your insurance portfolio to ensure that you receive the maximum benefit.

As your agent/broker we serve as the liaison between you and the insurance company. Staying abreast of the latest innovations, Klinger Insurance Group maintains close ties with its clients, ensuring each individual or business long-term well-being.

Auto Insurance

Auto Insurance

Utilizing high deductibles on the physical damage coverages can help reduce premiums.
Home Insurance

Home Insurance

If you have tangible assets, you need the protection of a homeowners insurance policy.
Business Insurance

Business Insurance

As a business owner, you have enough on your mind without having to worry about your insurance needs.
Life & Health Insurance

Life & Health Insurance

Protect your family by providing security and peace of mind for years to come.

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