Medical Malpractice Paralegal
The candidate will support a team that does tort work, and it can be document intensive. Should be dependable, organized, diligent, able to work on multiple projects and/or tasks, be able to think and work independently, and have good analytical, communication and writing skills. Filing and organizing electronic and paper documents. Responding to written discovery. Assisting with investigations. Organizing and maintaining case files. Reviewing form documents for clerical errors/mistakes. Drafting documents and correspondence. Researching case law and issues. Performing other duties as assigned.
Qualification and Experience: The candidate should have 4-year College or university degree, an associates degree in Paralegal or Legal Assistant Studies from an accredited institution, or a Paralegal Certificate from an ABA approved program. 5 years of paralegal experience required, Medical Malpractice preferred. Should have Knowledge of Word, Excel, Adobe Acrobat Pro, Westlaw, and Lexis Nexis.