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United Heartland Web Site Targets Key Industry Segments

United Heartland recently launched a new public Web site, redesigned to better market their workers’ compensation services.

The site highlights specific areas of expertise, in eight key industry segments:  healthcare, nursing homes, nonprofits, social services, manufacturing, transportation, schools, and retail/wholesale.

“We are proud to have a new Web site that better represents what the United Heartland product has to offer as well as highlights the strength of our hard-working employees,” says Stephan Cooper, president of United Heartland. “The new site is a great resource that will help policyholders and agents better understand how United Heartland is their partner in reducing costs and keeping workers safe.”

In addition to the information about United Heartland’s services, the Web site also showcases United Heartland’s expertise in workers’ compensation, including customized loss control capabilities, claims management, and customer service model.

Of particular interest to agents are the testimonials featured on the Web site from current clients who explain why United Heartland is preferred over workers’ compensation carriers they have worked with. 

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