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We are a boutique plaintiffs personal injury litigation firm of two lawyers and three staff focusing on medical malpractice cases looking for an experienced litigation paralegal. Job requires substantial experience in personal injury litigation. Excellent writing skills and familiarity with Microsoft Word, Power Point, and Outlook. Familiarity with Trial Director preferred.
Candidate will be responsible for preparation of settlement demand packages, drafting discovery/disclosure and basic pleadings, lien negotiation, client communication, trial preparation and generally assist with all aspects of case management. Willing to provide some training if necessary to the right candidate.
Flexible 40 hour work week in a fun and friendly environment.
Competitive salary and bonus based on experience. Health insurance. 401(k) with employer match. 2 weeks vacation, 1 week sick leave and 10 paid holidays annually.
Bill Sandweg and John Ager are both Certified Specialists in Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Litigation by the State Bar of Arizona Board of Legal Specialization. We have been litigating cases in Phoenix and throughout Arizona for over 60 years combined. Many reputable state and national organizations have recognized us for being among the best medical malpractice, personal injury and wrongfu...l death lawyers in Arizona. We founded Sandweg & Ager to focus exclusively on helping the victims of personal injury and wrongful death, especially those who have been harmed by medical negligence. We have a reputation in the legal community as hardworking lawyers with an unwaivering dedication to our clients and their interests.