Angie Lawler Will Find You The Best Coverage…from Midland Empire Insurance in Klamath Falls

Team expands at locally owned, family oriented insurance agency that conducts business at the highest professional level.

Their goal is to provide great customer service and treat customers as they would expect to be treated. Midland Empire Insurance puts their best foot forward to better themselves so they can give back to our community.

New to the time-tested Klamath Falls office is Angie Lawler, welcomed to the team and ready to talk with local families right from the start!

“I started working with Health Insurance in 1996 at Klamath Medical Service Bureau. From KMSB, I’ve been employed with Regence BCBS and Preferred Health Plans.  I left the Carrier side and started working the Agency side in 2009 as a Benefits Account Manager with Great Basin Insurance for 13 years. I’m now working at Midland Empire Insurance Agency.”

Angie Lawler, new on the team at Midland Empire Insurance Agency.

Angie graduated from Bonanza High School and continued her education at Oregon Tech. She enjoys fishing, camping, and hunting.  Loves looking for Morel mushrooms in the spring and spending time with her family of two daughters and a grandson. 

With insurance services providing a range of coverage such as Home, Auto, Business, Agriculture, Life, Health and more, Midland Empire Insurance is the Klamath Falls go-to for personal service that helps local families save on the best possible coverage to meet their needs.

Get in touch with Angie at Midland Empire Insurance to chat about your insurance needs, shop a new or replacement policy, and see how much she can save you on your insurance!

Click here: Midland Empire Insurance Agency.

Angie Lawler

Angie Lawler
Midland Empire Insurance
527 Main Street
Klamath Falls, Oregon 97601
phone: 541-882-3471
Office Hours: 9am – 5pm, Monday – Friday

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