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Cobbs Allen Named as "Best Practices Agency"

Posted by Grantland Rice, III on November 6, 2015

IIABA.jpgCobbs Allen was once again recognized as a “Best Practices Agency” this past year. Since 1993, the Best Practices Study has been conducted for agencies around the country to assist agency owners in understanding how their business performs when measured against the top performing agencies. Less than twenty percent of the participating agencies in the study qualified for the honor of being recognized as a top performing agency. Data collected and analyzed includes income statement analysis, expense distribution, top line growth, bottom line profitability, production and service staff productivity, IT structure and expense ratio, new investment in people and services, carrier representation and much more. Cobbs Allen uses the data to help us continue to increase service levels for our clients. Cobbs Allen is proud to have received this honor and will continue to seek for ways to improve and deliver the highest level of service possible.


If you are anything like me, you probably have a love/hate (mainly hate) relationship with daylight saving time. I still scratch my head when someone refers to gaining or losing an hour. We “fall back,” yet “gain” an hour—it just doesn’t make sense. Add daylight saving time to the list of things I don’t understand right between quantum physics and fantasy football. Those of us who find it hard to wrap our head around the practice are not alone. According to Rasmussen Reports, 43 percent of Americans do not believe that pushing the clock forward is practical. 11 percent incorrectly answered whether they were supposed to “spring forward” or “fall back,” while 8 percent did not know what it meant at all. Believe it or not, daylight saving time has actually created a bit of controversy in the last century. Below are a few interesting facts about daylight saving time:


Halloween is right around the corner. You can see it in the fall leaves, smell it in the chimney smoke filling the air (and fired-up grills, because, well, it’s football season), and you can feel the chilly air underneath your sweater. Porches are lit and decorated with pumpkins carved with spooky faces and creepy cobwebs. Halloween is something children (and adults) look forward to year-around, but safety precautions should  be taken when joining in on the fun.


Cobbs Allen, congratulates its industrial hygienist, Chris Haynes, after he recently passed the internationally accredited Certified Safety Professional (CSP) exam. Cobbs Allen is one of the few private insurance brokers to have an industrial hygienist on staff. Chris also received his Associate Safety Professional (ASP) certification in September. These accolades place Chris among the nation’s leading environmental practitioners working toward high-quality safety, health and environmental matters.

Cobbs Allen Partners with Pack Health

Posted by Tracy Leeth on October 23, 2015

Cobbs Allen is pleased to announce a new partnership with Pack Health.


Pack Health provides an innovative program to individuals living with a chronic condition.The program provides the information, tools, and personalized support people need to take control of their condition, navigate the healthcare system effectively, and live a healthier life. Pack Health empowers patients to take an active role in their condition management.

Cobbs Allen is Hiring

Posted by Jenni Tetloff on October 22, 2015


Cobbs Allen is hiring for a Client Executive in our Overland Park, KS office.


Meet Cobbs Allen's Industrial Hygienist: Chris Haynes

Posted by Vanessa Lolli on October 19, 2015


In the competitive environment that is today’s insurance industry, it is critical to have differentiating factors that give your firm an advantage over the competition. At Cobbs Allen, we pride ourselves in offering exceptional, OutFront service to our clients. One value added service provided by Cobbs Allen that is relatively uncommon in our field is the benefit of having an Industrial Hygienist, Chris Haynes, on our team.