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Location Florida - Orlando
Job ID 84ET255101
Job Experience Midlevel Associate
Workers' Compensation Law - General
Orlando office of a BCG Attorney Search Top Ranked Law Firm seeks workers' compensation associate attorney with 5+ years of experience. The candidate will provide exceptional, determined legal representation to clients through memorable interpersonal connections. Will have desire to utilize a strong set of ethics. Aggressively fight for the rights of the clients. Handle all functions of the case from initial client meeting through to case completion required. Motion practice, trial experience, and litigation procedures essential. Experience with workers' compensation law needed. Portable business is a strong plus. Must be licensed in the State of Florida.
The firm offers competitive salaries, superb benefits, and a congenial, community-oriented culture. 401(k), 401(k) matching, Dental insurance, Employee assistance program, Flexible spending account, Health insurance, Health savings account, Life insurance, Paid time off, Parental leave, Referral program, Vision insurance.
This Florida-based law firm was founded more than 28 years ago and the firm has over 40 results-oriented attorneys. Some of the firm's practice areas are bankruptcy, corporate, litigation, and tax. Attorneys are recipients of many industry honors.
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801 Brickell Avenue, Suite 900Miami,Florida 33131
Phone (305) 570-3575
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