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Maryland Independent Insurance Agency

Auto / Car Insurance, Home Insurance, Business / Commercial Insurance for Lexington Park and All of Maryland

Located in Lexington Park, Maryland, the Simms Insurance Agency was established in 1983 by Sheila Simms. Taking pride in the history of our insurance agency, we’ve continued to serve Southern Maryland by representing Erie Insurance and several other highly-rated insurance companies to meet the needs of the individuals and local businesses that have been so valuable to our community over the years.

Today, Simms Insurance Agency is still operating as a family-run business. The Simms family, along with their dedicated and knowledgeable staff, work hard everyday to ensure peace of mind for you, your family, or your business.

Doug Simms, Sandy Dorsey, Sheila Simms, John Simms
Doug Gardiner, Sandy Dorsey, Sheila Simms, & John Simms

Specializing In Erie Insurance

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