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  • 9 hours ago by

    Crisis Budget Tips
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    During Times of Crisis, Focus on Controlling What You Can
  • 2 weeks ago by

    Buesing Insurance wants to remain proactive in our role to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 to our Customers and Employees.  To Support Community Efforts, Our Lobby Will Be Closed to Walk-in Traffic at This Time. Our Customers may use the mail slot in our front door to drop off payments or contact us by phone to process payments online. Our Employees will be available to help customers with their insurance needs by phone, fax, and email.
    Providing excellent customer service is one of the most important goals of our business, and we all continue to be available during regular business hours to process your payments, file claims, and help with any other account issues you may have. Please contact us at 361-485-0131 and leave a message if the call goes to voicemail.  Our hearts and thoughts go out to everyone affected by COVID-19 at this time of uncertainty. Stay Safe and Wash Your Hands!
  • 3 weeks ago by

    Buesing Insurance will be open during our regular business hours of 9am-5:30pm at this time. In the interest of our customers and employees, we are regularly sanitizing surfaces that customers and employees may come into contact with. We have hand sanitizer available for both employee and customer use.
    Buesing Insurance is willing and able to conduct business by phone, fax, and email, and customers are not expected to come into our offices unless they wish to do so.
    We will update our Facebook page if anything changes.
    We encourage everyone to stay safe, don't panic, follow local and state recommendations for social distancing and Wash Your Hands! 😉
  • 3 months ago by

    Are you ready?
    Update your disaster checklist at http://www.ready.gov
    Make sure your home and auto insurance is in force!
    Remember, hail damage is only covered by your auto insurance if you have FULL Coverage.
  • 3 months ago by

    Happy New Year!
    Buesing Insurance will be Closed for New Year's Day, and will reopen on Thursday, January 2nd, 2020!
  • 3 months ago by

    Buesing Insurance will be Closed on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. We will reopen on Thursday, December 26th. Merry Christmas!
  • 4 months ago by

    Happy Thanksgiving to all our Past, Current and Future Customers!
    Our Office will be Closed on Thursday and Friday of this Week in Observance of Thanksgiving. If you need urgent assistance, call our office and leave a message and we will get back to you. 361-485-0131 "I am Grateful for what I Am and Have. My Thanksgiving is Perpetual." -Henry David Thoreau
  • 4 months ago by

    Happy Thanksgiving! Keep your Pets Safe from Unsafe Foods!
  • 4 months ago by

    FREE Car Seat Inspection Event TODAY at the Victoria Mall. TXDOT, DPS, and VPD car seat inspectors will be on hand to inspect your current car seat.
    Remember your child depends on you to keep them safe in the car!  Simple Reminders to Keep Your Child Safe in the Car: 1. Infants under 2 years of age should be in a car seat appropriate for their size and weight, REAR FACING, in the back seat. Be sure to use the Latch tethers to install your seat. A car seat should not move more than 1 inch when pushed. You should not be able to put more than one finger’s width between the strap and your child’s body. 2. Children ages 2-8 should be in a FORWARD FACING car seat or booster seat appropriate for their weight and height. Choose booster seats that install with Latch tethers if possible! 5 point safety harnesses are the safest for your child. 3. Once your child reaches 8 years old or 4’9”, they can ride without a booster seat IF the seat belt rests between their neck and shoulder. Seat belts should not rest against your child's neck. The shoulder belt should always be used! 4. DO NOT use large puffy winter coats with car seats. During an accident, the insulation in their coat with compress, causing your child to be thrown forward! A light jacket or sweater is ok. 5. Children under the age of 13 SHOULD NOT ride in the passenger front seat. The safest place for your child is the back seat! If you are concerned about your child’s seat, come by our event!
    The Golden Crescent Traffic and Safety Coalition Car Seat Inspection Event is today at the Victoria Mall on the Sears side of the mall from 2pm-4pm.
    4 months ago
    Shared!
    4 months ago Buesing Insurance
    Thanks Brandi! 😸
    4 months ago
    My 3 year old is still rear facing!
    4 months ago Buesing Insurance 1
    That’s fantastic! I actually should have put “Keep Infants and Toddlers REAR FACING as long as possible, but at least until 2 years of age.”
    It’s so much safer, so it’s great that your little one is still rear facing!
  • 5 months ago by

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  • 5 months ago by

    Did you get a SCARY renewal increase?
    Poor customer service driving you batty?
    Call us for a quote!
    Best Price. Best Service. Independent Since 2018.
    Buesing Insurance is the Only Agency You Need!
  • 7 months ago by

    With Hurricane Dorian on course to hit Florida, we are reminded that the best time to prepare for a disaster is long before it happens. Do you have a Disaster Kit ready? Basic Disaster Supplies Kit To assemble your kit, store items in airtight plastic bags and put your entire disaster supplies kit in one or two easy-to-carry containers such as plastic bins or a duffel bag. A basic emergency supply kit could include the following recommended items: Water - one gallon of water per person per day for at least three days, for drinking and sanitation Food - at least a three-day supply of non-perishable food Battery-powered or hand crank radio and a NOAA Weather Radio with tone alert Flashlight First aid kit Extra batteries Whistle to signal for help Dust mask to help filter contaminated air and plastic sheeting and duct tape to shelter-in-place Moist towelettes, garbage bags and plastic ties for personal sanitation Wrench or pliers to turn off utilities Manual can opener for food Local maps Cell phone with chargers and a backup battery Also, important documents such as medical documentation, wills, birth certificates, and irreplaceable items should be in a waterproof container. Add these items to your shopping list this weekend! https://www.ready.gov/build-a-kit
  • 8 months ago by

    Was your fire extinguisher or smoke detector recalled? Kidde Recall affects 39 million Kidde extinguishers, 450,000 smoke detectors.
    Check to see if your fire safety equipment is included:
    https://www.kidde.co...re-extinguisher/

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