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ProfileParalegal - Insurance Defense Litigation The candidate will assist attorneys in all aspects of legal case preparation and file management including legal research, drafting routine documents and collection of information relevant to cases. May conduct routine investigations and review and analyze various reports, responses and records. Research and analyze law sources such as statutes, recorded judicial decisions, legal articles, treaties, constitutions and legal codes to prepare legal documents such as briefs, pleadings, appeals, etc. for use by attorney. Draft routine legal documents for review and use by attorneys. Compile and prepare draft discovery responses. Prepare medical record summaries. Prepare exhibits and other demonstrative evidence for use at trial. Categorize and interpret data; review and analyze reports, responses and records produced by opposing counsel. Conduct investigations as needed and directed. Coordinate requests between multiple parties involved in litigation by way of consistent communication with client, claims and full partnership with attorney through end of case. Participate in special administrative and legal research projects as requested. 2+ years of paralegal and litigation experience required. Associates Degree or equivalent combination of relevant education and work experience required. Knowledge of Medical Terminology required. Superior: interpersonal skills to conduct interviews and investigations and communicate with other attorneys, judges and court personnel; grammar and writing skills required. Knowledge of law office procedures and local court/jurisdiction rules and procedures required. Resourceful research and analytical skills and solid interpersonal skills required. Proficient in Microsoft Wod. Proficient in Westlaw and Lexus Nexus online research required. Experience with Microsoft Outlook and Excel. Ability to work independently as well as in a team environment required. Paralegal Certificate from An ABA-Certified program preferred.
Job ID: 11437BR