2022-08-24"1">Positions AvailableATTO
Experience: 0-3 years
Location: Chicago West Suburbs
E-mail: blindbox@lawbulletinmedia.com
Area of Practice: Workers' Compensation

Workers' Compensation Defense Associate Attorney

Job description

Suburban-based workers' compensation defense firm seeks a highly motivated and detail-oriented attorney to work in our offices in Warrenville, IL. Must be licensed to practice law in Illinois. The ideal candidate will have 0-3 years experience in workers' compensation matters or a background in medical-related cases to handle a varied and challenging caseload. Opportunity for rapid professional development and growth and regular client contact.

Seniority Level
Basic Qualifications

Juris Doctor with 0-3 years of experience in Workers' Compensation litigation

Licensed to practice law in Illinois

Member in Good Standing of Illinois State Bar

Experience with billing

Experience with Microsoft Office, Outlook, Adobe

Experience with Lexis Advance

Knowledge of the insurance industry, claims and the insurance defense litigation legal environment

Knowledge of administrative law and Illinois State law and procedure

Courtroom experience (mock trial, moot court, 711 court appearances, administrative proceedings, civil court, mediations/negotiations, depositions, etc.)

Familiarity with analyzing and summarizing medical records
Job Type: Full-time
Salary: From $60,000.00 per year

401(k) matching

Dental insurance

Flexible schedule

Health insurance

Paid time off

Parental leave

Professional development assistance

Retirement plan

Vision insurance

8 hour shift

Day shift

Monday to Friday
COVID-19 considerations:
Each attorney has an office w/ door which aids in social distancing. Frequent sanitization in office and building. Isolation and work-from-home employed when necessary.

Illinois Law License (Required)
Work Location: One location

Send resumes to

Box LB3383
Law Bulletin
415 N. State St, Chicago, IL 60654
Email BlindBox@LBPC.com

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