Rettler Insurance Group - Insuring West Bend and All of Wisconsin

Rettler Insurance Group is your local independent insurance agent serving clients in Wisconsin. We proudly serve the West Bend, Wisconsin community and provide affordable and reliable insurance choices that are tailored to fit your unique needs for auto insurance, home insurance, life insurance, and business insurance.

At Rettler Insurance Group, we pride ourselves in being honest and reliable insurance advisors. With over 10 years of experience, we are well-versed in the insurance industry and will guide you on what insurance coverages you need to protect what you value most. Our main focus is to educate you about the coverage options available to you and help you pick the best coverages that fits all of your needs.

Agency Principal, Susan Rettler, began her insurance career in 2007. During her nine years of handling claims, she worked with really good insureds who had received bad advice from agents who only saw dollars, and not sense. As a result, she decided to take her expertise and use it to educate and consult those who need insurance. Because of her claims experience, Susan’s main goal is to educate people about their insurance coverage to prevent future insurance problems.

Susan chose to become an agent so that she could guide people into choosing coverages that are right for them. After her claims experience, she spent some time working as a Farmers agent and then as an agent working for an independent agency. Both work experiences have taught her so much and have prepared her to be an honest and reliable insurance advisor. The combination of claims and agent experiences are what makes her and The Rettler Insurance Group, the right agent for you. Let Rettler Insurance Group, be your expert insurance resource for all your insurance needs!

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Erie Insurance has been helping customers since 1925 with their auto, home, business, and life insurance needs.
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