Weltman, Weinberg & Reis Co., LPA (Weltman), a full-service creditors' rights law firm now in its 89th year of client service, is delighted to announce the launch of its newly redesigned website, weltman.com. A new responsive mobile-friendly site is also available on smartphones, tablets, and other mobile devices.
The website now offers an industry-leading design, a professional approach, and more intuitive navigation. The design places the firm’s attorneys and other employees in the spotlight, and highlights new features such as case studies, upcoming events, and videos on each of the primary focus area pages. The website also offers greater functionality by allowing users to filter publications by multiple search criteria, so articles and other resources on trending creditors’ rights topics are easily found. Additionally, each of the firm’s 60 attorneys – along with firm leadership – received a brand new biography that utilizes a more personal story-telling format.
“We chose to focus our design on the key elements that separate our firm from others in our industry – and that is our people and our ability to offer end-to-end recovery solutions,” stated Emily Kovach, the firm’s marketing manager. "With every decision we made, from restructuring our focus areas to incorporating multiple calls to action, we kept our clients’ best interests in mind. The goal was to create a user-friendly experience while making information more timely, relevant, and accessible.”
In 2018, the firm rolled out an extensive branding campaign which simplified the firm’s moniker to “Weltman” and introduced a new tagline: “The single solution for every single creditor.” As the final step in the rebrand initiative, the new website completes the firm’s new identity and further solidifies their leadership within the creditors’ rights industry.
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