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Location Georgia - Decatur
Job ID AC0R210448
Litigation - InsuranceInsurance Defense
Decatur office of our client seeks senior associate attorney with 2-5 years of insurance defense litigation experience. The candidate will handle practice areas of trucking, auto, premises liability, construction, and product defect litigation. Will represent clients in court or before government agencies. Prepare and draft legal documents on behalf of clients. Advise clients on business and legal transactions. Negotiate settlements for legal disputes. Comply with all legal standards and regulations. Conduct initial investigations. Prepare consistent reporting for clients detailing significant case developments. Must be admitted to practice in Georgia. Admission to practice in additional states is preferred. Should have 2 years of prior experience handling insurance defense litigation. A strong understanding of Georgia law and procedure is required.
The candidate should have strong analytical and problem-solving skills. Must have ability to build rapport with clients. Should have excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Providing clients with the highest level of representation and service, this firm specializes in civil litigation, construction law, community associations, general litigation, labor law, municipal law, product liability, transportation, and special education litigation. Over the years, the firm has grown to a mid-sized regional firm with a strong presence throughout each state.
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400 Perimeter Center Ter NE Ste 900Atlanta,Georgia 30346
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