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  1. Workers' Compensation Claims Technical Specialist

    The purpose of this position is to provide an expert level of claims management to losses that present complex factors and high exposure potential.  Investigate, negotiate and conclude by settlement or denial complex and challenging claims. The individual in this position ...

  2. Workers' Compensation RTW Claims Representative

    Responsibility includes effective and timely communication with employer, employee, and medical provider. Effective and consistent partnership with nurse management to return injured worker back to gainful employment; administration of benefits, litigation management and ...

  3. Claims Technician - Medical Only

    To investigate, negotiate, and conclude by settlement or denial assigned medical only claims through telephone and/or written correspondence. These duties area performed consistent with company claim's policies and procedures, prescribed authority and standards of ...

  4. Records and Information Management (RIM) Supervisor

    Job Description Records and Information Management (RIM) Supervisor General Summary: This position is for the Records Supervisor of a mid to large size law firm in Charlotte, NC. The Records Supervisor oversees all activities involving the firm's Records systems and center ...

  5. Associate Attorney

      The McIlveen Family Law Firm is now hiring an Associate Attorney with 0-3 years experience. The McIlveen Family Law Firm is a boutique family law firm practicing only divorce and family law. Visit our website at www.mcilveenfamilylaw.com to learn more about our firm. We ...

  6. Family Law Litigation Paralegal

    We are currently interviewing for a family law litigation paralegal position in our Gastonia office. We work as a team in our office with each case assigned a paralegal, Associate Attorney and Partner Attorney. Paralegals are not assigned to a specific attorney but rather ...