Our client, a regional Personal Injury firm, is seeking an experienced Pre-Litigation Co-Case Manager/Paralegal
We have positions open in Glendale, Yuma, and Tucson!
The Co-Case Manager works closely with and at the direction of the Attorney and Case Manager at all times. All Co-Case Managers are required to act with reasonable diligence and promptness in representing a client.
You job duties will include, but are not limited to the following:
- Professionally communicates with co-workers, clients, medical providers, and insurance adjusters.
- Open line of communication between the following departments; intake, accounting, attorneys, reception, mail room, and back office employees.
- Ability to manage the caseloads if Case Manager is out of office by returning voicemails to clients, insurance adjusters, and medical providers.
- Meets with clients to clearly explain settlement agreement documents
- Meets with clients to clearly explain detailed settlement accounting documents.
- Calling clients to coordinate introduction calls.
- Set up claims with car insurance companies and health insurance companies.
- Calling car insurance adjusters regarding settlement documents and settlement checks.
- Send medical records and billing requests to healthcare providers.
- Organize files.
- Send account balance requests to healthcare providers.
- File mail on a daily basis.
- Obtain police reports.
- Scan/copy large amounts of medical records.
- Mailing settlement demands to insurance companies.
- Obtaining property damage estimates and photographs.
If you have the requisite experience listed above, please apply here and submit your resume in WORD.
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