United Heartland Expands National Presence — Adds Work Comp Offerings in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Louisiana and the District of Columbia


NEW BERLIN, Wis., March 18, 2019 — United Heartland, a leading national workers’ compensation insurance company, announced today that it will offer workers’ compensation insurance in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Louisiana and the District of Columbia effective immediately. 

This announcement reflects the continued expansion of the company’s footprint throughout the U.S.  Most recently, United Heartland expanded into Oklahoma and South Dakota.

“Our entry into these new markets strengthens our national presence in the workers’ compensation market,” said Steve Cooper, president of United Heartland.  “Our approach has been particularly successful within our six key business segments – education, health care, long-term care, manufacturing, nonprofits/social services and wholesale/retail.”

Under the direction of Justin Bealhen, vice president of Field Operations, the United Heartland team will explore opportunities for appointing agents and identifying qualified customers within the new areas. 

“Our high-touch service model allows us to be nimble and responsive to customer needs, and we look forward to working with agency partners who share that philosophy,” said Bealhen.  “We are confident our value proposition and tireless commitment to controlling our customer’s total cost of risk will be attractive to potential customers in the regions we serve.”

About United Heartland
United Heartland is the marketing name for United Wisconsin Insurance Company, a member of AF Group. Insurance policies may be issued by any of the following companies within AF Group: Accident Fund Insurance Company of America, Accident Fund National Insurance Company, Accident Fund General Insurance Company, United Wisconsin Insurance Company, Third Coast Insurance Company or CompWest Insurance Company.

Bob Lapinski

(312) 443-9819 or (517) 331-4890


SOURCE AF Group; United Heartland

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