At Morgan & Morgan, the work we do matters. For millions of Americans, we’re their last line of defense against insurance companies, large corporations or defective goods. From attorneys to client support staff, creative marketing to operations teams, every member of our firm has a key role to play in the winning fight for consumer rights. Our over 3,000 employees are all united by one mission: For the People.
Morgan & Morgan, P.A. is seeking a lawyer to serve as a Pre-Suit Attorney in our office in Orlando, Florida.
Day-to-day handling of allpre-litigation work
Complete the Flip-to-Lit approval
Guide clients through the case process
Drafting and filing of pre-litigation documents
Complete TD approval for liability issues
Oversee settlement negotiations and the formation of demand packages
Manage the release approval process
Manage a team of 6-10 Case Managers
Focus on Personal injury cases, primarily automotive
Drive compliance and KPIs amongst team
EUOs, PIP Statements, recorded statements
Law degree from a fully accredited law school
An active member in good standing with the State Bar Association
2+ years of personal injury experience
Ability to manage high volume of pre-lit cases
Excellent client service and communication skills
Strong leadership skills
Self-starter driven by long-term career goals
Superior writing and oral advocacy skills
This role reports to the Pre-Suit Operations Manager.
Morgan & Morgan is a leading personal injury law firm dedicated to protecting the people, not the powerful. This success starts with our staff. For full-time employees, we offer an excellent benefits package including medical and dental insurance, 401(k) plan, paid time off and paid holidays.
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