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Established 1982

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Comprehensive Coverage - we've got what you need

Personal, commercial, special event needs...we've got you covered. 

A Sanseviro Insurance delivers a personal touch to customize coverage for your specific needs.  We have over 100 years combined experience to help you with your insurance.  We represent numerous insurance companies, but most importantly, we represent you. We understand our job is to help you navigate the confusing world of insurance and to educate you to make the best informed decision for your family or business. 


Our team lives and raises our children in these communities; relationships are what matters most to us. We treat each customer as an individual and will help you make the right choices for your family or business needs. Our customers always come first.  We will be with you every step of the way; most importantly, if you have a claim, we will be there to help you.


Trust us to handle all of your insurance needs.

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At A Sanseviro our team is focused on providing individualized service.   We take the time to understand your needs - with the knowledge that one size does not fit all.  We pride ourselves on honesty and integrity, and are committed to finding you the plan that fits you and your needs.  




COVID-19: Insurance Impacts

In the throes of the COVID-19 pandemic, businesses have been significantly impacted and, whenever possible, should turn to their insurance carriers for coverage to mitigate the fallout from this virus.  As an initial step, policyholders should consider the insurance coverages listed below that may be triggered by COVID-19 losses or claims.  Read more

Published on 03/20/2020 by John Head, President, National Brokerage; Contribution by Zach Burdine, Area President

100 things to do while stuck inside due to a pandemic

As concerts are postponed, sporting events are canceled, schools are closed and tourist hot spots are shut down, experts recommend that even those who show no sign of illness stay home during this time of global pandemic. 

That's right: It's advised that you self-quarantine.

Although remaining inside is a good way to protect yourself and others from the coronavirus, and is an important measure to help "flatten the curve" of daily cases that put pressure on our health care system, it could lead to a lesser evil: boredom and stir craziness.  Read more 

— USA TODAY Life staff

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