Gee-Schussler Insurance Agency is committed to serving its customers and offering the best protection possible. We are an independent agency and have many carriers to choose from instead of just one. When receiving a quote from us, we do extensive research on all of the different available options, and then weigh the pros and cons of value vs. risk. We layout the facts, and make sure you are covered for your particular needs.

Whether you need new coverage or you’d like to review your existing coverage to compare it with other options, we can help. Call us today at (708) 349-6800 to schedule an appointment or stop by and speak with an agent. We’re conveniently located at 11314 W Southwest Highway in Orland Park (Route 6 just west of Wolf Road), and we’re always ready to help you make sure you have the best coverage for you, your family and your business.

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