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Litigation Paralegal The candidate will prepare records, review and prepare exhibits, analyze medical records, and trial preparation. Will contact outside sources (government agenc....
Civil Litigation Paralegal The candidate primary responsibilities include the following: trial preparation; draft and file pleadings; draft and file motions; index litigation files....
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Location : California - Los Angeles
Refer to Job # LIQY708612
Trial Attorney - Plaintiff Personal Injury The candidate must have experience litigating serious catastrophic injuries as a result of motor vehicle accidents, slip and falls, heavy machinery accidents, as well as less serious accidents. Excellent writing skills are needed. Should know California Civil Procedure and the California Rules of Court. The position requires all aspects of litigation case workup including discovery, aggressively taking liability and expert depositions, and trial work. Work closely with experts for accident reconstruction, biomechanical, treating and expert doctors, life care planners, economists, vocational rehab, and more. Handle a large volume of files throughout all stages of litigation. Some cases will act as second chair and expected to have case presentations ready for trial, handle experts, witnesses, exhibits and technical issues that arise during trial. Must have experience in personal injury litigation and at least 5 plaintiff personal injury trials as first chair.
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