Carolyn Hersh, a University of Florida Graduate, began her career in insurance in November 1990. She has been a claims adjuster, underwriter, agency management and finally sales. She opened the agency on June 1, 2003. Carolyn is active in New Port Richey Rotary and Southeastern Guide Dogs.
Katie began her insurance career in December 2011 part-time at Hersh Insurance Company. She got licensed very quickly and now is Carolyn's "Rock Star."
Amber has been licensed since 2002. She joined the agency in 2017 and has quickly become our in house Homeowner Insurance expert.
Debbie has over 43 years of agency experience with only 3 agencies. A pretty remarkable career. She started with her first agent in high school and worked with him until he retired. Debbie has been with Hersh Insurance since 2017 and is an expert Personal Lines Agent.
Kinsey has worked with Carolyn twice. She first worked with her for 5 years, took a short leave and has been back now about three years. She is our Customer Service expert. The agency's backbone.
Combined we have over 60 years of insurance experience helping clients prepare for the unknown. Ask us about Home, Auto, Fire, Flood, Theft, and many more! We can access any insurance product so you can get the right one for you.
Many financial experts will tell you some unforeseen events and a lack of the right kind of insurance can spell trouble quickly. Call us today, and we'll analyze your insurance needs and get you covered quickly at the right price.
Everyone has different insurance needs. Call us today for a personalized assessment and find out how we can help protect your hard-earned assets.
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A deductible is an amount that you're responsible for in the event of a loss. This is the amount you pay out-of-pocket, and insurance covers the remainder.
When speaking with your agent to set up your policy, any valuables you are concerned about and our agent can review your policy and recommend changes to ensure your valuables have proper coverage.
No. You do not need a new home appraisal during the renewal or coverage change process.