2021-10-06"1">Positions AvailableATTO
Experience: 2 years
Location: Chicago Loop
E-mail: lBaumgartner@dmchicagolaw.com
Area of Practice: Personal Injury

PI Attorney


Team D & M, The Illinois Hammer, is looking for a high energy player to work in a team oriented office focused on collaboration, service, communication and opportunity. We are looking for an experienced Personal Injury Attorney to handle personal injury claims, both prelitigation and litigation cases. Our team members have a passion for representing the injured and obtaining justice for them. Our ideal candidate must have a minimum of two years' experience handling personal injury claims. Experience should include all phases of prelitigation and all phases of litigation, including taking depositions, answering discovery and jury trials. Illinois license is a must. Indiana and all other states are a positive.
Skills:

Proficient in Microsoft Office applications
Strong negotiation skills
Ability to manage time and case load
Ability to communicate effectively under pressure
Team player willing to collaborate with and assist fellow team members.

Education & Licenses

Juris Doctor Degree
Illinois State Bar License

Experience:
2 years of Personal Injury Law practice
Responsibilities:

Manage a case load comprised of both Pre-litigation and Litigation cases.
Conduct depositions
Negotiate with Insurance Adjusters and Opposing Council to obtain maximum case values for our clients
Maintain regular and comprehensive communication with our clients

Benefits: Team D&M offers competitive pay, 401k, profit sharing and health insurance premium supplements. Our office is a warm welcoming place where teamwork, and professional growth are encouraged and rewarded. We know that there is more to being a team than working together so we dedicate time and resources to supporting local charitable causes, firm outings and friendly competition events.

Send resumes to lBaumgartner@dmchicagolaw.com



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