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Kevin Panzera

Vice President, Private Client Growth Leader

Contributor, Private Client

Kevin co-leads our Private Client Practice to develop growth strategies and solutions to meet the needs of clients. With over 15 years of experience insuring the complex lifestyles, liability, and personal property assets of successful executives, business owners, and families of wealth, Kevin has a proven track record of innovation, production, and strategic leadership in the private client area.

415.399.6396

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Kevin Panzera

Vice President, Private Client Growth Leader

Contributor, Private Client

Kevin co-leads our Private Client Practice to develop growth strategies and solutions to meet the needs of clients. With over 15 years of experience insuring the complex lifestyles, liability, and personal property assets of successful executives, business owners, and families of wealth, Kevin has a proven track record of innovation, production, and strategic leadership in the private client area.

415.399.6396

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Protecting Your Home and Your Family From Fire

You can take steps to increase your home’s chances of surviving a wildfire. This includes not only the house itself, but the landscaping around it and seasonal cleaning tasks. If you build a new home or remodel an existing one, know that anything attached to the house (decks, porches, fences, etc.) is considered part of the house when it comes to the way fire behaves.