Customized Commercial Insurance for the Dallas Fort Worth and surrounding areas.

The Mindi McKinley Insurance Services company is proud to serve the Dallas Fort Worth community. Our close-knit staff has more than 50 years of experience in the insurance industry, and we look forward to putting our knowledge and expertise to work for you. Several of our team members are locals who were born and raised here in Fort Worth, and as a result our ties to the community run deep.

Our staff includes locals born and raised in the Fort Worth area, and as a result, this community is very important to us. We are actively involved with the Benbrook Area Chamber of Commerce, the Keller Chamber of Commerce, and the American Legion–Benbrook Chapter. We’ve also consistently participated in The Good Guys Car Show and the annual Pate’s Swap Meet at the Texas Motor Speedway, helping to promote and support classic car enthusiasts.

CONTACT US TODAY: 817-200-7491

Office Hours: M-F 8:30am-5:30pm - Saturdays by appointment only. Closed Sundays


256 Ed English Rd, Building 4, Suite E, Shenandoah, TX 77385

Business Insurance

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Travel Insurance

Farm Insurance

We specialize in business insurance for DFW

Coverage for Specific Industries

Industry-specific risks make it impossible for insurance companies to lump together one insurance plan for every business.

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We’re committed to keeping your business protected so you can focus on your day-to-day operations.

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Coverage for Your Employees

We work hard to provide the best protection plans for businesses and their employees.

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Preserve your livelihood with an agribusiness policy that safeguards your farm and everything on it, from buildings and machinery to crops and livestock.

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