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Location California - Woodland Hills
Job ID QJ5G193074
Woodland Hills office of a BCG Attorney Search Top Ranked Law Firm seeks worker's compensation attorney at law with 10+ years of experience. The candidate should have EAMS and MerusCase familiarity. Must specialize in the defense of public entities and self-insured employers.
The candidate should have strong communication/writing skills and the ability to work independently.
Founded in 2013, this firm specializes in the field of workers' compensation defense. The firm works to educate business owners and defend them against fake workers' compensation claims. Additionally, the firm consults on and handles catastrophic claims, provides training and risk analysis coverage. Supporting self-insured, insured, and public entity employers, the firm has built a solid reputation for high-quality representation. The firm has a boutique atmosphere where critical thinking, trying new things, and working in a friendly environment is encouraged. The firm has a leadership program that challenges creativity and thinking outside the box.
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Woodland Hills office of a BCG Attorney Search Top Ranked Law Firm seeks workers' compensation attorney with 2+ years of relevant experience. The candidate must be in good standing with the California Bar Association.
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10537 Santa Monica Blvd., Suite 301Los Angeles,California 90025
Phone (310) 444 0000
Fax (213) 895-7306
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