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Candidate will support the workers' compensation defense practice that defend employers in claims made by their employees. Involves client contact, pre-litigation counseling, and trial work. NY Bar is required. Experience with workers' compensation matters is preferred.
Litigation, Workerâ€™s Compensation Associate Attorney
The candidate should have 3-5 yearâ€™s of litigation experience, and 1+ year of Workerâ€™s Compensation experience. Must have a New York license, excellent research, writing and oral communication skills.
Workers' Compensation Attorney needed with 2 to 5 years of experience.
Job functions of a workers' compensation lawyer include:
Answer client questions and guide him or her through the workers' compensation process.
Contact medical providers and complete paperwork relating to the claim.
Represent the interests of the claimant at hearings, trials, depositions, oral arguments, mediations, arbitrations and other proceedings.
Assist the injured worker...
Associate Attorney, Litigation
The candidate will work in the Health Care practice. Must be admitted in New Jersey with strong academic credentials and excellent writing skills having experience handling PIP arbitrations and workers' compensation cases.
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Workers' Compensation Defense Attorney
The candidate will represent clients in all phases of litigation. Will appear for hearings at NY Workers' Compensation court. Appear for depositions with medical providers. Prepare and draft appeals and summations on behalf of clients. Research applicable areas of WC law. Perform administrative and management functions related to the practice of law.
The candidate will work in the Litigation department. Must have experience in the following practice areas: professional liability defense, general liability defense, insurance defense, commercial litigation, and workers' compensation defense. Portable book of business a plus.