Agency Perspective by Bryan Carroll

To be Preferred or Profitable? That is the question. If you can believe it, I am thinking about profitability. We are looking to increase revenue, a simple idea. Everyone has a few clients on the books that deal in rental property. The majority of the properties do not look like the preferred risk property we […]

Teamwork: Helpful Tips For Assisting Adjusters

by George Bates Our “titles” are spelled differently but we all have the same job of “serving the member.” In the spirit of teamwork, I offer the following; As agents, you are almost always the first person to become aware of the claim and gather very valuable information at FNOL. One good reminder for all of […]

August President’s Report

(Please keep in mind when reading that this report was done prior to the district meetings. The changes and updates from the meeting will be discussed as they develop.) This report will be a little different than the previous reports. It will include August happenings, the insurance board report, and what will be going on […]

President’s Report for July

The Insurance Board for KY Farm Bureau met on July 14. After preliminaries were taken care of, main topics were discussed. As of July 2012: 1. It looks as if the mandatory wind/hail deductible is dead. a. The 1% wind/hail can still be used if requested by agent or client. 2. Appears all roofs, as […]

Congratulations to One of Our Own

One of our own Association Members has been in the news recently, and we couldn’t be prouder. Bob Webster, KFB agent in the Independence — Kenton County office, does more than write policies for his clients. In fact, he’s just written and published a book on some local history, The Beverly Hills Supper Club Fire. The Untold […]

From the Field: District 4 President Hunter Bowen

I’m Hunter Bowen, KFB Agent in Simpson County and President of District 4, which represents Allen, Barren, Green, Logan, Metcalfe, Monroe, Simpson and Warren Counties. The insurance business has become a very turbulent ride.  With Mother Nature making things very difficult in the State of Kentucky, insurance companies are being forced to make quick and […]