Mike Hammond - Kentucky Farm Bureau

Mike Hammond | Agent

Mike Hammond (Agent)

Kentucky Farm Bureau Insurance Agent in Simpsonville, KY

KFB agent since 2020

Mike is your local Shelby County Farm Bureau insurance agent!

Kentucky Farm Bureau has provided residents of the Bluegrass with quality insurance since 1943. As your local agent, I’m proud to serve the Shelby County community and take care of all your insurance needs with prompt service and personal attention. That’s what being Kentucky’s insurance company is all about. We offer home insurance, auto insurance, life insurance and more. Contact me today for a free, no-obligation quote!

Mike Hammond became an insurance agent with Kentucky Farm Bureau in the summer of 2020, and he is excited to serve the community of Shelby County and KFB’s many local members. He is a lifelong resident of Shelby County and currently the head baseball coach at Martha Layne High School. Mike is a member of the state Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA), Kentucky High School Baseball Coaches Association (KHSBCA), American Baseball Coaches Association (ABCA), and an active member of Simpsonville Baptist Church.

To report a claim:

After-Hours Claims Reporting Hotline: 1-866-KFB-Claim (1-866-532-2524)
Monday-Friday 4:30pm - 9:00am EST | 24 hours on weekends and holidays
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