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Workers' Compensation Defense - Experienced Associate Attorney

Oakland, California

Our Oakland office is seeking an associate attorney for its office with a minimum of 3-5 years experience in workers' compensation law. Related claims experience helpful. Candidates must have excellent communication, research and analytical skills, ability to work well with clients, attorneys and staff. Extremely team-oriented, congenial work atmosphere. Competitive salary and benefits. Send e-mail with resume and references to: hiring@lflm.com

 

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