Subrogation Paralegal - Dallas, TX
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The Subrogation Paralegal – supporting team efforts in subrogation
Under the direction of the organization's attorneys, sends demand letters, drafts legal documents, manages project execution, and manages data in the case management system. Drafts standard pleadings, discovery, letters, and other litigation documentation, distributes for review, and obtains necessary approvals and signatures. Calendar trials, review mail, schedule depositions, e-file documents if needed. Contact witnesses for trial. Call court to confirm events.
Reviews files to confirm the amount of subrogation sought as well as target/s of subrogation demands in order to prepare demand letters and pleadings
Work with claims partners on any information needed
Gathering facts, using websites to obtain information.
Assist with the identification of relevant issues; continually monitor issues and update attorney, as appropriate
Gather matter related documents for the attorney to analyze
Enter matter data and upload new documents
Assist with management of litigation, as needed
Using court client and vendor templates and forms with accuracy
Using sharepoint, word, adobe, outlook, excel spreadsheets with skill.
Learning via webinar, virtual team
Bachelor's Degree in related field; American Bar Association (ABA) approved Paralegal Certificate
Insurance-industry experience preferred
Knowledge of process of drafting and filing justice/county/district court cases and service issues as well as basic discovery and court document preparation
Analytical skills and strong attention to detail
Ability to identify, prioritize and solve problems effectively regarding basic matters
Ability to work in diverse, multi-office, and long distance environments
Basic skills and experience interacting with vendors such as process servers and court personnel
Ability to exercise discretion and maintain confidentiality of sensitive information
Basic proofreading, and formatting skills
Ability to collaborate and interact with all levels of personnel and build strong relationships with business colleagues
High degree of ethics and integrity
Strong interpersonal skills, advanced written and oral communication and effective customer service skills
Ability to identify inconsistencies in routine work and initiate corrective action within own workflow
Able to deliver results with a sense of urgency
Adapts well to change; able to multi-task and make effective decisions in a fast-paced, deadline-driven environment
Is a proactive self-starter who is able to manage his/her time effectively and works independently
Regular, predictable attendance is an essential function of this job.
The candidate(s) offered this position will be required to submit to a background investigation, which includes a drug screen.
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