Workers’ Compensation Hearing Representative – San Diego
April 27, 2021
Lewis Brisbois Bisgaard & Smith LLP is seeking a professional, proactive Workers’ Compensation Hearing Representative to join their dynamic workers’ compensation department in San Diego. Responsibilities for the Workers’ Compensation Hearing Rep. will include — but are not limited to — case management, hearing attendance, preparing filings and documents, page line deposition summaries, preparing subpoenas, managing discovery, medical records summaries, trial prep, and legal research. Also, will need assistance attending hearings on asbestos matters, so familiarity with same a plus.
- Minimum of 2+ years of substantive workers’ comp. experience
- Able to provide experienced, well-organized and independent support to attorneys in the Workers’ Compensation Group
- Comprehensive knowledge of case management
- Demonstrated ability to independently manage multiple priorities, manage time effectively
- Excellent oral and written communication skills
- Will exercise excellent judgment and decision making skills, strong organizational skills
Currently offering a partial remote work schedule due to COVID-19.
Please email your cover letter, resume, and salary requirements to SDRecruiter@LewisBrisbois.com.
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