2019-05-10"1">Positions AvailableATTO
Experience: 3-5 years
Location: Chicago Loop
E-mail: Laura.Downey@heplerbroom.com
Area of Practice: Insurance Fraud


HeplerBroom LLC, a large defense firm, is currently seeking a licensed Associate Attorney with 3-5 years of experience in third party liability/ insurance fraud. The position will be in our Chicago, IL office. Duties include:

Assist partners in the management of a thriving injury defense/medical fraud practice

Actively assist in the defense of numerous case files from case inception through trial

Handle depositions of parties, witnesses, treating physicians and experts

Draft and argue routine and substantive motions

Attend court hearings in several different counties and courthouses

Prepare status and trial strategy reports to the client

Handle all aspects of discovery, including drafting interrogatories, production requests, and requests to admit, and issuing third party discovery Why HeplerBroom?

HeplerBroom offers a competitive compensation and benefits package including and a matching 401K and profit sharing program.

The firm has recruited and trained highly qualified, dedicated, and energetic attorneys and staff. Our clients expect and receive the highest level of individual service, creative problem solving, strategic thinking and sound judgment. Our high expectations of our staff offer them the opportunity to make a difference with our clients and immediately contribute to the team.

This position requires good standing with the Illinois bar, excellent academic credentials, and strong communication skills. While not required, the ideal candidate would also have an Indiana license.
HeplerBroom is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Applicants are considered for employment without regard to race, color, sex, age, religion, national origin, marital status, disability, sexual orientation or any basis prohibited by state or federal law. Send Resumes to Laura.Downey@heplerbroom.com

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