Welcome to Kevin Bradley - Insurance in Panama
Friday, December 15 2017 @ 08:46 AM EST

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Contact Info for Carmen and Kevin

About UsKevin and the English speaking team are service representatives of the Ducruet Insurance Agency. If you need coverage for a Corporation or as an Individual, Kevin and Carmen are standing by to help with all your Panama insurance needs

Our location (DUCRUET) is in San Fransisco, near the end of Calle 50, turn left just BEFORE the light at Via Porras on calle 77E, shares corner with the Deli Gourmet, directly across from BANISTMO.

Here's a map to our office:

http://www.panama-guide.com/article.php/20070807110352369

To serve you better, our telephone numbers listed below are DIRECT lines. If we do not answer, we are away from the desk or if the call goes to voice mail, we may be talking on the line - leave a message or try again later.

Our contact info is:

* Kevin = kevin.bradley@unityducruet.com 6674-1063 cel. 322-1605 direct
* Carmen = New Policies/quotes (Speaks/Writes perfect English) maria.dunkley@unityducruet.com 6613-1063 cel. 322-1605 direct



Kevin - Skpe name: kbradley23

IMPORTANT NOTE: When writing to us remember, It's ducr"U"et don't forget the second "u" in your emails!
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Panama safety "Get out of a sinking car"!

About Ushttp://themindunleashed.com/2017/03/easiest-way-escape-sinking-vehicle-knowing-might-save-life-day.html
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How Long Will You Live?

About UsInteresting calculator from Northwest Mutual to give you an idea of how much time you may have left:

http://media.nmfn.com/tnetwork/lifespan/#0
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Cool FM Kevin & Gerry D

About UsOn the "The Breakfast Show" with my good friend Gerry D this morning!

Click “Wednesday show” and listen. I come on around 40 minutes into the show.

http://www.pbcpanama.com/breakfast/archiveweek.html

Good info about the new traffic law, auto insurance and condo coverage!
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Panama Insurance on COOL FM!

About UsMy good friend Gerry "D" has asked me to do a series of shows from his COOL FM studio.

We will discuss different types of insurance available here in Panama. Click on the link below if you wish to hear our first effort:

http://www.pbcpanama.com/breakfastshowwed.html

The interview with Kevin begins 35 minutes into the show. Gerry has good info to open the program (new rules for Scrabble) and great taste in music!
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Kevin Bradley - Meeting The Insurance Needs of Expats in Panama

About Us Kevin and his English speaking team are service representatives of the Ducruet Insurance Agency. If you need coverage individual coverage or quotes for your Corporation, Kevin, Carmen and Ana are standing by to help with all your Panama insurance. Our location (DUCRUET) is in San Fransisco, near the end of Calle 50, turn left just BEFORE the light at Via Porras on calle 77E, between the Deli Gourmet, directly across from BANISTMO. Here's a link to a map showing our office location. Know your policies! With the rash of floods, earthquakes and windstorms here in Panama, you need to understand your coverage. We can help explain your existing policies or customize a new insurance plan for your portfolio. Does your fire insurance have extended coverage (earthquake, lightning, flood, smoke damage etc.)? Do you have personal liability coverage? Adequate auto insurance is essential to protect you from the crazy drivers and complicated legal system. Let us help you understand your coverage. Knowing how roadside assistance works, it can be a life saver if you are involved in an accident!

If you would like additional information regarding all types of insurance in Panama, please send me an email to kevin@panamakevin.com. I will be happy to answer all of your questions to the best of our abilities. Carmen 322-1605 or Kevin 6674-1063

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About Ducruet!

About UsThis article is by David Young from La Estrella Online newspaper, 18 December, 2007.

My staff, clients and I have moved to L.R. Ducruet y Hijos, effective August 1, 2007.

A company - where honor and service walk hand in hand

Breakfast in a private room at a five star hotel may not be a big deal for a jet-hopping business executive, but it's an event to be savoured when your role in the company could be office cleaner or coffee room supervisor. Especially when the meeting is sans departmental managers, but includes the company president.
For Luis "Tito" Ducruet, who heads one of Panama's leading insurance brokers, it's a bi-monthly event when he sits down with his grass roots employees to listen to their concerns and suggestions and to share with them his plans and dreams for the future. The meetings are fruitful and have produced many innovative approaches to management, and underline the cooperative philosophy of a company that has expanded its business by 800 percent in the past six years.
It also gives the company the opportunity to reinforce its commitment to the statment that sits on a plinth in front of the company headquarters, a commitment to honor.

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Panama has it all—

About Us
There is much more to Panama than its famous and important Canal. This international crossroad is a great place to live.

http://www.panama-guide.com/article.php/20061216161417197
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Expats don't look back!

About UsEight out of ten people think that moving abroad was the best decision they ever made.

The findings come following a survey of BUPA International members from around the world on their views on being an expatriate.

Paula Covey, head of marketing for BUPA International, said: "These findings, which come a year after BUPA International almost doubled in size, are in line with the growth we are seeing as more people choose to make another country their home.
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Kevin Makes the New York Times!

About UsWhat a Guy!

By BOB TEDESCHI: MIGRATORY retirees have lent more than a touch of gray to Florida, Arizona and Southern California. Next stop on the aging boomer bandwagon: Panama. Panama Today With low housing and living costs, a stable political environment, relatively safe streets and that tropical climate, people in their 50's and early 60's are flocking to the Central American nation, rather than working for a few more years to scrape together enough money for a condo on the Florida coast. "We're seeing a significant number of Americans coming here to retire," said William Ostick, a spokesman for the United States Embassy in Panama City. "Panama as a nation is trying to attract people who want to build second homes here, but a lot of them are selling their homes in the U.S. and just buying here." Mr. Ostick said the embassy did not keep statistics on Americans who have moved to Panama to retire, but he said there were 25,000 to 30,000 Americans living there. According to the Panamanian government, four times as many American retirees applied for visas last year as in 2004.

Although Panama, a country of 3.2 million people, can present challenges to those unaccustomed to living in a developing nation, its quirks are, for many, part of its charm.