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Personal Injury Trial Attorney
The candidate must be a highly experienced personal injury / medical malpractice trial attorney to join their Bridgeport office. Should have 4+ years of personal injury and medical malpractice law experience. Substantial courtroom and deposition experience is needed. A proven record to work independently and be proactive with complex caseload is essential. Ability to manage a significant PI and Medical Malpractice caseload is needed.
Seeking Associate Attorney with 3-5 years of Personal Injury attorney experience, who can manage cases from inception through trial. Candidate will include drafting legal documents and pleadings, handle depositions, discovery, court appearances, mediations, arbitrations, and conduct extensive legal research. Trial experience is a plus. Must possess excellent writing and research skills , be highly organized and detail oriented and maintain interpersonal skills to interact w...
Personal Injury Attorney
The candidate must have 5+ years' personal injury law experience. Should be licensed CT attorney. Proven negotiation skills is required. Litigation experience is preferred. Ability to manage and work independently with a significant PI caseload is needed. Strong attention to detail with research and excellent writing skills is must.
The candidate will be responsible for trials, arbitrations, mediations, preparation of various legal documents and pleadings on behalf of clients in a personal injury practice. Will advise clients and negotiate settlements. Have direct client contact and handle own caseload through to conclusion. Prior trial experience is a plus. Admission to the Connecticut Bar is required.