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Location California - Woodland Hills
Job ID MHMK193004
Litigation - Workers Compensation
Woodland Hills office of our client seeks workers' compensation defense attorney with 2+ years of relevant experience. The candidate will be expected to: conduct legal research; draft correspondence to parties; draft pleadings; handle and take over files; communicate with clients; develop strategies leading to efficient resolution of cases; negotiate and settle cases-in-chief as well as liens; mentor future new associates; and appear at the WCAB, take depositions, and perform all aspects of WC litigation.
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10537 Santa Monica Blvd., Suite 301Los Angeles,California 90025
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