Job Details

Legal Assistant

Company name

Progressive Casualty Insurance Company

Organization Type


Job Type

Legal Staff

Years of Experience

Min 2 yrs required


Houston, TX

Date Last Verified

Apr 20,2018

Posted on

Apr 06,2018
Practice Area
Insurance Defense >> Insurance Defense
Litigation >> Litigation - Insurance
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Legal Assistant The candidate will handle complex tasks that are critical to the success of law offices. Will be providing support to attorneys, Legal Assistants take on duties that include preparing intricate legal documents and correspondences such as Motions and Pleadings. Maintain files, answer phones, process time sensitive mail, schedule meetings and manage attorney schedules. Must have experience handling homeowner claims. Experience with federal e-filing required. Should have previous experience in a legal environment, including knowledge of litigation. Must have experience as a Legal Assistant or Legal Secretary. Should have High school diploma or GED equivalent. Must have 2 years prior administrative work experience in a business office environment supporting a professional team. Insurance defense of any sort.

Additional info

Job Number: 149131

Company info

Hiring Coordinator
Progressive Casualty Insurance Company
5177 Richmond Avenue
Suite 770
Houston, TX 77056-6751

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