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Kevin Hornick

Farmers Insurance Agent in Blue Springs, MO
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US 1962 Copper Oaks Cir Blue Springs, MO 64015
Phone Numbers
(816) 874-4646(816) 874-4646
(816) 874-4648(816) 874-4648

Office Hours

Saturday and Sunday by Appt.
8 AM - 6 PM
8 AM - 6 PM
8 AM - 6 PM
8 AM - 6 PM
8 AM - 5 PM

Farmers Insurance Agent in Blue Springs, MO

About Me

I’m your local Farmers® agent in Blue Springs, Missouri, I work for/with my clients helping them to identify the insurance coverage that best fits their needs. Having a background in education, claims and claims management helps my clients in the process of filling the smallest claim to a catastrophic loss. I'll be happy to answer any questions you might have.
If you prefer doing business with a local experienced and professional agent and office instead of an "800" employee, we are your choice.

Give me a call at (816) 874-4646 and I'll be happy to answer any questions you might have.

Languages Spoken: English

Years of Experience

I have over 18 years of experience as a Farmers Insurance agent.


BS Secondary Education, Northwest Missouri State University, and Blue Springs High School

Neighborhoods Served

Lake Tapawingo, Lake of the Ozarks, Blue Springs, Eastern Jackson County, Lakewood, Grain Valley, Lee's Summit, and Independence


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Blue Springs School District

Blue Springs School District
Blue Springs Schoold District Phone: 816-224-1300 To View Website - CLICK HERE The mission of the Blue Springs School District is to create an educational community in which each individual acquires knowledge, develops skills, and functions as a literate citizen to achieve personal goals.

Mid-Continent Public Library

Mid-Continent Public Library
The mission of the Mid-Continent Public Library is to provide expanding access to materials, programs, technology and a world-class genealogy and family history library. We will accomplish our mission by: Providing opportunities for life-long learning and exploration in comfortable, stimulating, safe and convenient settings. Ensuring the highest quality staff meeting the wants and needs of diverse populations. Ensuring the long-term financial sustainability of the library. Mid-Continent Public Library
The Hornick Agency
I recently found a very good checklist to help you in the vetting of qualified agent selection. Thanks to Rick Omelchenko. Picking a Good Insurance Agent Personal Recommendations: Ask co-workers. Ask friends. Asking a perfect stranger is better than relying on ads or the yellow pages. People tend to refer people with whom they have had a positive experience. Ask what their experience was in dealing with the agent or broker. Was s/he responsive; was s/he able to answer questions clearly? If the person had to file a claim, was the agent or broker helpful? Testimonials: Yelp, LinkedIn, Facebook and other social media tools can help you gauge good service and quality businesses. These sites can be helpful, but a face-to-face with an agent or broker is one of the best ways of figuring out if they will take good care of you. Your state insurance regulator's website: Every state has an agency (or "department") that keeps track of insurance companies, agents and brokers doing business in the state. Use your state insurance regulator to check an agent or broker's license status, inquire about any complaints or disciplinary action, see how long the agent or broker has been in business, etc. Commercial versus Personal: Agents and brokers generally specialize in either commercial or personal insurance - not both. Ask questions to make sure s/he has experience in the type of insurance you need. Specialized needs: If you have a unique situation or your property or business is considered high risk - you'll want to find an agent or broker who has the expertise and connections to help you. Personalized advice: A good agent or broker will be familiar with the products they're selling and explain ways you can tailor your coverage to your specific needs, maximize protection and minimize cost. For example, a good agent will suggest ways you can adjust your coverage to take advantage of discounts (or credits) that insurers give for packaged policies. Instinct and caution: Consumers occasionally get scammed by people posing as agents who advertise, offer a policy and collect a premium but don't actually procure a valid insurance policy. Asking good questions, following your instincts and checking license status will help you avoid being scammed. You will be glad to find we exceed each of the above. Kevin Hornick - 816-874-4646
My Hobbies and Favorite Activities
Supporting the Blue Springs Wildcats
Supporting the Blue Springs South Jaguars
Citizen's Police Academy Alumni Association
Community-orientated policing is an important and vital part in reducing crime in any community. One major objective of the program is to have graduates become partners with the Police Department to identify problems and solutions to crime issues that affect Blue Springs. The Citizen's Police Academy is a 9-week program designed to give participants a working knowledge of the Blue Springs Police Department. This free program gives participants an in-depth, educational, fun, and often exciting hands-on look behind the scenes of law enforcement work in their community. Academy graduates take their knowledge back to their neighborhoods where it can be used to enhance the quality of life in our community.
KC Auto CARSTAR View website - CLICK HERE This "high quality" collision repair shop features state-of-the-art equipment. We are experienced with a variety of cars and provide a safe and friendly environment for our customers. State-of-the-art unibody and frame repair equipment Expert color matching ICAR trained technicians Pick up and delivery Towing assistance Lifetime warranty at repairing store Rental Car Assistance Phone: 816-220-1100

My Hardworking Team

Charlene Gibson
Customer Relation Manager
Kevin Hornick