Representative Clients

July 11, 2020 | By admin | Filed in: Uncategorized.

From its inception, has represented some of the leading insurance companies in the United States. Some of its representative clients include State Farm Insurance Companies, Allstate Insurance Company, USF&G, Mississippi Farm Bureau Insurance Company, Liberty Mutual Insurance Company, Medical Assurance Company of Mississippi, Atlanta Casualty Insurance Company, Southern Guaranty Insurance Company, St. Paul Insurance Company, Omni Insurance Company, and United Services Automobile Association.

In 1992, the Mississippi Gulf Coast entered an era of unprecedented growth  and development with the advent of gaming. At that time, the firm began to  broaden its practice beyond the field of insurance litigation. In 1993, Harry  Allen was selected as General counsel for the Hancock Bank. Knox White, formerly senior  partner of the firm of White and Morse and former General Counsel for Hancock  Bank, joined Allen, Cobb & Hood in 1994, of counsel.

The firm’s commercial and business practice continued to grow along with its  traditional specialties of insurance. The firm was selected to serve as General  Counsel for the largest private water and sewage utility in the state, Orange  Grove Utilities, Inc. In 1996, Allen, Vaughn, Cobb and Hood expanded into the  field of governmental law having been selected as General Counsel for the Harrison County Development  Commission which has spearheaded and guided Harrison County’s dramatic  commercial and industrial development.  Other representative  business and commercial clients include: General Electric Company, Goodyear Tire  and Rubber Company, Grand Casinos, Inc., Casino America, Inc., Teledyne Irby  Steel, Allied Signal, Inc., Wellman, Inc., Trinity Marine, Toyota Motor Company,  Koch Pipeline Southeast, Inc., Hunt Properties, Inc., Fayard Construction  Company, Redman Industries, West Building Supply, John Fayard Fast Freight,  American Medical Response, Yellow Freight Lines and Zapata Corporation.

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