Category Archives: KMI

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Our new client portal

Category : General , Helpful Hints , KMI , Website

We are excited to now offer a Client Portal, all you need is the email address we have on file for you and you can access all your policy coverage information and documents in one place.

  • Access from a mobile device and desktop
  • Logins are verified and unique each time
  • 24/7 access to your policy documents
  • Submit policy change request
  • Easy two-way document sharing
  • Secure

Watch the video below to learn more.

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Have a Safe and Happy Memorial Day

Category : KMI

Liam Magee

We want to wish our clients and friends a safe and happy Memorial Day weekend.

For the first time in 6 years, we have decided to close our office from Thursday, May 25th through Monday, May 29th. It is important to us that our entire team enjoy this time off with family and friends.

During this time, please contact your carrier directly to report a claim or process a payment. Carrier contact information can be found by visiting our website at However, If you have an urgent matter or question about your policy and need to reach us directly, please contact Sierra on her cell at 804-901-0925.

As always we truly appreciate your support and business!

Have a safe and happy holiday weekend!

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May is Foster Care Awareness Month

Category : General , KMI

National Foster Care Awareness

More than 400,000 American children and youth are in foster care looking for their forever homes. Most children in foster care live in a family setting, but a decent amount live in group homes without the love and support they deserve.

Because May is Foster Care Awareness Month, we feel this is the perfect time to update our friends and family on our journey. This year Kate and I decided to start the process to become Foster parents. We are currently attending weekly classes, undergoing a home study process, and essentially sharing every aspect of our lives with the City of Richmond in the hopes they ultimately choose us to be Foster moms.

Our decision to foster didn’t come lightly. Sometimes I wish it were something we pursued sooner, but I realize it took other steps to get us here. We aren’t completely sure what the future holds or what this will mean for our family, but what is certain is we have more than enough room in our home and hearts for another child (or more).

We are passionate about this and as you know we like to share our passions. Stay tuned and hopefully we will be welcoming another child into our home in the near future.

What can you do to help? Join your community, be a mentor, or learn about being a foster parent. Check out the Foster Care Month 2017 web page:


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Welcome Brian Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent

Brian Martin

We are excited to announce and welcome Brian Martin to the team. Brian joined us earlier this year, but has been busy with licensing and kick starting his role at the agency.

“Becoming a licensed insurance agent was exciting for me. I am able to personally work with and get to know my clients and assist them with making some of the most important decisions they might ever make. I know firsthand how an automobile accident can change someone’s life or how quickly a fire can destroy a home. There is value in having an agent like myself who can explain the importance of policy coverages and together ensure your policy will work for you when you need it most.”

In addition to working as an insurance agent, Brian is also a full time Henrico County Fire Fighter. Brian has dedicated his life to serving those in need and will be a great asset to the agency. Brian is available to his clients during normal business hours, evenings, and weekends and also has our licensed support staff supporting him as well.

I have known Brian for quite some time and I have always been very impressed with his work ethic and loyalty to family, friends, and co-workers. I’m excited to have him on board and eager to see him succeed.

Please join us in welcoming Brian to the team!

-Sierra Magee

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Referrals for a Cause

Referrals for a Cause

We are excited to kick off our referral program, Referrals for a Cause. As a small business, we value the power of community, so we are launching a referral program that gives back - in your name, not ours! It's our way of saying thank you and sharing in what matters to you.

Simply refer a household or business and we’ll donate $10 on your behalf to one of the following local Richmond charities.


  1. Have your referral contact us and request and receive a quote
  2. We will contact you directly for your choice of charity
  3. We will make the $10 donation in your name
  4. We hope you will make a direct donation, too. Click the Donate more buttons below.



Health Brigade (formerly Fan Free Clinic)

Health Brigade provides quality health services, especially to those least served, in a compassionate and non-judgmental environment. They are proud to be an inclusive organization and they do not discriminate in hiring practices, services or policy with regard to sex, race, color, age, national origin, religion, disability, genetic information, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, citizenship, pregnancy or maternity, veteran status, or any other status protected by applicable national, federal, state or local law.



CARITAS helps our most vulnerable neighbors break the cycles of addiction and homelessness to reclaim their dignity. They provide effective, permanent solutions to individuals and families in the Metro Richmond area.



FeedMore is Central Virginia’s core hunger-relief organization comprised of programs like the Central Virginia Food Bank, Meals on Wheels, the Mobile Pantry and Kids Cafe. Spanning nearly one-third of the state, across 34 counties and cities, FeedMore serves more than 200,000 individuals in the region’s most vulnerable populations – children, families and seniors.

Meals on Wheels

Meals on Wheels is focused on individuals who have no reliable means for maintaining a healthy diet. The Meals on Wheels program helps keep homebound seniors independent and in their own homes for as long as possible.

Meals on Wheels reduces isolation and reassures and comforts families who live far from loved ones, providing recipients with a friendly smile and that important safety check, making the program extend far beyond the meal. Pet food is also delivered monthly for clients with dogs or cats.


ART 180

ART 180 creates and provides art-related programs for young people living in challenging circumstances, encouraging personal and community change through self-expression. Based in Richmond, Art 180 partners with other nonprofit organizations in order to serve youth, ages 8 to 18.

ART 180 also operates an art center for teens, called Atlas, in the Downtown Arts & Culture District. Through their programs, youth discover ways they can positively engage in and influence their surroundings.


Sanctuary Rescue

Sanctuary Rescue is a small, foster-based dog rescue located in Midlothian, Virginia. They consist of dedicated animal lovers who open their homes to foster those that have been left behind. They pull dogs from high-kill shelters where they would otherwise not stand a chance. Sanctuary Rescue specializes in pregnant and nursing mothers, orphans and neonates who are especially vulnerable in shelters.

Sanctuary Rescue isn't just any rescue. They provide high-quality care for each and every dog they take in.




  • All are 501(c)3 organizations, so you will receive a tax deductible receipt to include in your tax return.
  • The referral you provide must receive a quote, but they are not required to make a purchase.
  • There is no limit to how many referrals you can send our way!

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