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Years of Experience
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ProfileSubrogation Paralegal The candidate should have 3+ years of experience working in a plaintiff-oriented practice to support attorneys in the Subrogation Department. Candidate will have proven civil litigation experience with knowledge/experience of state and federal courts, rules of civil procedure and e-filing. Should be detail oriented, able to work independently, and possess excellent organizational and written/oral communication skills. Primary Responsibilities: Case file management (create, organize, track and maintain files; monitor calendars and meeting deadlines; document actions; input information into file database and case management software). Analyze and summarize damages. Document management including but not limited to review of documents, bates labeling, organization of documents and compiling information for discovery responses/pleadings/motions. Coordinate scene examinations, destructive testing and depositions. Review medical, financial and business records and prepare chronologies. Preparing FOIA requests. Witness investigation. Trial and deposition preparation. E-filing in both state and federal court. Travel to loss sites and out-of-state trials. A four year bachelor’s degree and/or paralegal certificate required.
333 West Wacker Drive
Chicago, IL 60606
Current Employee - Reviewed on December 18, 2017
The firm should seek to develop a more consistent culture between branches so that people are equally willing to transfer elsewhere - otherwise, they will not be motivated to work at the ones that are somewhat lacking in reputation. Make sure brand new physical office spaces have technology that's just as new, and that rising leaders are properly trained - make sure fundamentals are in place before big changes are made, basically.Pros : Nice, pleasant physical space with good office perks. Benefits are decent. Some job tracks offer quite a bit of room for growth or to demonstrate leadership or autonomy.