Workers Compensation Litigation Associate Attorney Job in Reno, NV Near Me - 261934 |

Workers Compensation Litigation Associate Attorney

Type Full-Time

Location Nevada - Reno

Job ID 8LS5261934

Experience Level Junior Associate

Job Experience Min. 2 - Max. 7 Years

Practice Areas Worker's Comp Defense

2022-07-26 12:44:50

Reno office of our client seeks a workers compensation litigation associate attorney with 2 years of experience. The candidate will be ensuring the case management software (CMS) feed is cleared daily. Ensuring completion of all assigned tasks by relevant due dates. Ensuring proper documentation of all assigned cases in CMS. Ensuring emails are cleared daily. Monitoring and managing the progress of all assigned cases. Establishing, reviewing, and updating the case plan as necessary. Facilitating weekly meetings with assigned Claim Specialists to ensure each claim is reviewed at least once per month. Facilitating weekly meetings with assigned Litigation Specialists to prepare for pending hearings. Completing Initial 72-hour Contacts with new clients. Completing Quarterly Meaningful Client Contact (QMCC). Identifying and addressing issues that arise. Monitoring and managing all communication and correspondence with insurance adjusters, third-party administrators, medical providers, and other relevant parties. Overseeing and directing the completion of routine communication and correspondence. Drafting all non-routine correspondence (anything other than general templates). Reviewing actual and de factor determinations to ensure case goals and objectives are met. Directing and ensuring the timely appeal of all issues where appropriate. Monitoring and managing the litigation of all assigned cases. Establishing, reviewing, and updating litigation plans as necessary. Determining and directing the legal arguments and evidence to be presented. Overseeing and ensuring client communication on all relevant issues in litigation. Attending hearings and making legal arguments to vigorously advocate for assigned clients. Participating in administrative staff meetings and leadership team meetings. Performing other duties as assigned. Must be bilingual in English and Spanish. Must be licensed to practice law in the State of Nevada and in good standing with the Nevada State Bar.

The candidate must be a graduate of an accredited institution by the American Bar Association with a JD degree and a specialization in law or any related field. Must have a thorough knowledge of legal principles, legal research techniques, legal terminology, and government regulations. Must have excellent legal drafting, writing, and verbal communication skills. Must have excellent interpersonal, analytical, and critical thinking skills. Must be proficient with Microsoft Office applications, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook. Must have the ability to operate basic office equipment such as a copy machine, fax machine, printer, scanner, and computer. Must have ability to work with databases and online technological platforms, such as a CMS. Must have ability to be detail-oriented, diligent, and flexible. Must have ability to handle conflicting time demands and focus on task completion with little direction or need for supervisory follow-up. Must be a proficient command of the English language in both oral and written format. Must have the ability to work and maintain patience with diversified individuals of various backgrounds and professional competencies. Must have demonstrated case analysis ability and a track record of proven settlement skills. The firm offers benefits that include Flexible Schedule, Paid time off (PTO), Paid medical insurance with additional voluntary benefits, 401(K)/Profit Sharing Plan, Paid Life Insurance, Short and Long Term Disability Insurance.

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The estimated salary for this position is $223,323*.

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