Workers' Compensation Associate Attorney
DUTIES: Will be gathering and reviewing medical evidence and medical records. Taking depositions of the claimant, physicians, medical experts, and other parties. Conducting discovery. Performing legal research. Remaining current with developments in the law. Drafting pleadings, findings of fact, motions, briefs, opinions, and other legal documents. Litigating workers' compensation cases before an administrative law judge. Representi... read more
The candidate will be representing clients in the most diligent, compassionate, and effective manner. Should have experience in workers’ compensation or personal injury.
Litigation and negotiation experience is also required. Excellent oral and written communication skills are needed. Must have strong research and analytical skills. Should be exceptionally organized with the ability to manage large caseloads. Must be collaborative, respectful, and highly motiva... read more
The candidates will work in surrounding VA Pension benefits, Estate Planning, Family Law, and Criminal Law matters. Must have professional liability insurance, a valid license, and no disciplinary action.
Workers' Compensation Attorney
The candidate must have a proven track record in embracing and developing client relationships through marketing and business development. Should preferably have 7+ years of experience. A portable book of business is required.
The candidate should have 3-7 years of experience. Some background in personal injury and/or worker’s compensation law would be beneficial.
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