Josh Hurst Agent
KFB Insurance Agent Since 2009
Hello and welcome to the Kentucky Farm Bureau Insurance, Shelby County Agency! As your local insurance agent, I'm right here in your community—ready to serve you. Call me today and let's discuss your specific situation. I'll help you make sure you and your assets are protected with the correct level of insurance coverage.
I’m an invested member of our community and an accomplished agent with KFB. I hope that you’ll allow me to apply the same level of commitment to your insurance needs!
- Ambassador, Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF)
- Director, Shelbyville/Shelby County Parks Board
- Community Service Award Winner - Shelby County Life Magazine
- Triple S Board of Adjustments & Appeals
- Shelby County 911 Board of Appeals
- Past President, Shelby County Chamber of Commerce
- Leadership Shelby, Class of 2010
- KFB Insurance, Agent of the Year (State) 2017
- KFB Insurance, Agent of the Year (District) 2019
- Master Agent Award Winner – KFB Insurance Company’s Highest Award
- President’s Club Award Winner – Awarded by KFB President
- Business First – Forty Under 40 Award Winner
In the event of a loss, you can count on Kentucky Farm Bureau Insurance to help you through it. Our local claims office and adjusters are close by when you need them. We are knowledgeable about our community and can provide valuable assistance and advice when needed.
Call me today for a free, no-obligation quote.
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Life's Blueprints: A KFB Insurance Blog
- 9 tips for avoiding a deer collision this fall
Each year, the native white-tailed deer species is the cause of 150 human deaths and 1.5 million vehicle collisions nationally, according to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.
- A parent's guide to car and booster seats
Parents and caregivers have the ability to make lifesaving differences when buckling young ones in for a trip.
- Why is catalytic converter theft skyrocketing, and what can you do about it?
According to the National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB), catalytic converter thefts have seen a significant increase across the country since March of 2020, the start of the global COVID-19 pandemic.