Summary The Attorney works under the direction and guidance of a Managing Attorney and is responsible for performing analysis and providing guidance on all legal matters related to personal injury claims. The Attorney’s main duty is to provide legal representation in order to recover compensation for a person who has been injured during the course of their employment or due to the negligence of another party or entity. Legal representation will include advice, research, and litigation. Hughes and Coleman attorneys are expected to fight for the rights of injured persons, have regular contact with their clients and put their clients’ interests first.
Essential Duties And Responsibilities
Follow practices and processes that comply with appropriate laws and regulations, meet the company standards, and serve the needs of our clients. This includes a commitment to a process of continuous improvement.
Provide answers and guidance to clients who are seeking legal help, particularly on personal injury claims.
Develop new business for the firm.
Review and provide analysis of all new potential cases
Ensure prompt action is taken
Ensure prompt action is taken on all potential cases
Ensure all cases wanted are converted to cases retained
Review case facts to determine if case meets criteria
Evaluate case facts to determine case value
Ensure all cases meet predetermined criteria
Review and monitor case facts to determine insurance coverage, case value and medical care
Develop knowledge of the firm and its business
Communicate with all potential clients as needed
Create lines of communication with attorneys, physicians and other referral sources
Other duties may include litigation support to Managing Attorney
Perform other duties within the Attorney’s training and skills as directed by Core Leader
Education, Experience Knowledge, Skills, And Abilities
License to practice law in Tennessee
License to practice law in other states, a plus
A minimum of 2 years Litigation experience required
A minimum of 1 year Personal Injury experience required
Ability to provide guidance and development to support staff
Valid drivers license
Degree from a four-year college or university, graduate degree from an accredited law school
Excellent oral and written communication skills.
Ability to read and interpret documents such as pleadings, legal rules and procedures, governmental rules and regulations, medical records. Ability to speak effectively before groups of clients, court personnel, peers, and/or employees or organization. Proficiency with Microsoft office software and legal research platforms such as Needles case management.
Ability to build and develop long-term relationships with clients one at a time.
Ability to develop future business from the same client or referrals.
Display true passion for client and community service
Ability to professionally multitask and meet multiple deadlines simultaneously
Display eagerness to learn each and every day
Provide dependability and trustworthiness
Possess a desire for accuracy
Respectful toward clients and coworkers
Ability to work independently without regular direct supervision
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