Subrogation Paralegal - Dallas, TX

Dallas, Texas
Not Specified
Oct 04, 2016
Dec 03, 2016
Job Type
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Career Level
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Job Description

The Litigation Services Paralegal job family supports the efficient operation of the Law & Regulation (L&R) Litigation Services department by applying knowledge of legal concepts and processes. Under the direction of the department's attorneys, supports the management of insurance defense and tort litigation/dispute work and related issues/matters.

Provides paralegal support for Litigation Services attorneys. Prepares pleadings and motions. Under general attorney supervision, facilitates the discovery process, including: obtaining records, reviewing documents, interviewing clients, preparing trial materials, and summarizing and analyzing research Identifies, summarizes, and monitors relevant issues.

  • Review new file assignments, draft initial pleadings (e.g. answer, motion, etc.), and draft discovery
  • Prepare brief to assist client in presenting case in small claims court
  • Draft responses to discovery demands
  • Assist clients in answering questions regarding discovery
  • Review and serve responses to discovery demands
  • Assist attorney in preparing materials for trial, arbitration or mediation
  • Assist with the identification and summarizing of relevant issues; continually monitor issues and update attorney, as appropriate
  • Review new and proposed legislation and determine applicability

Job Qualifications

Bachelor's degree AND one year Paralegal experience


Paralegal Certificate AND two years Paralegal experience

  • Meaningful experience in a litigation setting; prior insurance defense experience strongly preferred
  • Advanced knowledge of software applications including Microsoft Outlook, Word and Excel, Internet, and other web-based applications
  • The ability to accurately process a variety of tasks and high volumes of work in a fast-paced, dynamic environment
  • Possesses effective communications skills necessary to interact with coworkers, clients, claims partners and outside vendors
  • A strong commitment to exceptional customer service and quality

The candidate(s) offered this position will be required to submit to a background investigation, which includes a drug screen.

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