Doeren Mayhew Insurance Group has rounded out its service offerings to include health care insurance. The launch of the new offering is fueled by the addition of experienced employee benefit professionals, Steven Paulsell and Corey Paulsell, to the agency.
With the addition of employee benefit resources, Doeren Mayhew Insurance Group will now be able to offer clients property and casualty, personal, life and disability insurance, as well as health care.
“We are excited to have Steven and Corey as part of the Doeren Mayhew team,” said John T. Frye, Jr., a managing partner at Doeren Mayhew Insurance Group. “Deepening our service offerings to clients is always our focus. The background and experience of Steven and Corey will be instrumental in allowing us to meet the health care benefit needs of our clients.”
Bringing more than 15 years of experience, Steven Paulsell, joins the agency as a senior benefit account specialist. Leveraging his extensive background, he will help oversee the growth and development of the agency’s benefits department.
Prior to joining the firm, Paulsell owned and operated Freedom Benefits where he developed and nurtured strong relationships with carriers in the employee benefit sector. He is licensed in providing health, life, annuities, and property and casualty insurance.
With nearly 10 years’ experience, Corey Paulsell joins the agency as a benefits account specialist. A licensed health, life, annuities, and property and casualty insurance agent, the agency’s clients can rely on him to provide extensive employee benefit package analysis and cost management services.
Immersed in the health insurance industry since earning his bachelor’s degree from Western Michigan University, Paulsell eventually formed his own independent agency, Detroit Insurance Advisors, in 2010.
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