Insurance provider Seeman Holtz Property & Casualty kicked off 2019 the way it ended 2018—with expansion.

The insurance company has announced two acquisitions since the beginning of the year, of Professional Medical Insurance Services and Dickenshied Cravillion Insurance Services, Inc.

Headquartered in Houston with seven other offices around the country, Professional Medical Insuarance Services works exclusively within the Healthcare Industry and has become one of the leading insurance brokerages in the country for hospitals, physicians, diagnostic centers, and managed care companies. The medical and malpractice group will expand the Seeman Holtz Property & Casualty Healthcare division led by Guy Feist from the company’s Oklahoma City office.

Brett Williams, Vice President, said, “We are strategically poised to focus on professional insurance specialties in 2019. The PMIS team provides us a fantastic start.”

Bill Reiss of PMIS will remain on in a leadership role for Seeman Holtz Healthcare. Seeman Holtz Property & Casualty, Inc.

Marshal Seeman, President of Seeman Holtz Property and Casualty, said, ” We are pleased to have the PMIS team join our family of companies. Their professionals immediately provide our Healthcare division tremendous depth of technical knowledge in this industry.”

Seeman Holtz Property and Casualty has been in expansion mode with numerous acquisitions, and it continues to look for more high-quality companies. To that end, the company also announced the acquisition of Dickenshied Cravillion Insurance Services, Inc. of DePere, Wisconsin. The Dickenshied Cravillion team will join Seeman Holtz Property & Casualty’s Vincent Urban Walker division located in Green Bay and headed by David Anderson.

Established in 1872, Dickenshied Cravillion Insurance Services, Inc. currently serves the insurance and financial needs of nearly 10,000 individuals and businesses in Northeastern Wisconsin and the Upper Peninsula.

“We are pleased to have the Dickenshied Cravillion team join our family of companies. They are the kind of high-quality insurance agency that we want to build with,” Seeman said.

Seeman Holtz Property and Casualty Executive Vice President Eric Holtz said the Dickinshied Cravillion acquisition is part of an overall expansion in the Midwest.

“Our business model thrives on high quality relationships with our clients, staff and carriers. It is our experience that our Midwestern clients and carriers love our model and are looking to grow with us too. We look forward to building on the many quality relationships that Dickenshied Cravillion already has,” he said.

Seeman and Holtz started Seeman Holtz in 1998 as a firm of financial advisors for pre- and post-retirement planning firm. Since then, the Seeman Holtz family of companies has expanded to include coverage for home, life, auto, boat, private client and business insurance.