Job Openings for Personal Injury Attorney, Personal Injury Case Manager and Law Office Administrator
If you ever wanted a career or just a job in personal injury law or in the legal profession, and if you are an attorney with at least five (5) years plaintiff personal injury experience, or a personal injury case manager with at least two (2) years experience, or a law office administrator, with experience in medical lien reductions and QuickBooks bookkeeping, we invite you to submit your resume to us via info@WalchLaw.com.
We are looking for the top candidates, with excellent skills, experience and who really care about helping our clients.
We are an established plaintiff personal injury law firm, with offices in the Valley (Calabasas) and Los Angeles (Beverly Hills) with 45 years of history handling plaintiff personal injury claims and cases, from motor vehicle accidents involving cars, trucks, motorcycles, bicycles, pedestrians and buses, and uninsured motorist (UM) and underinsured motorist (UIM) cases, to dog bites and dog attacks to premises liability cases involving falls, broken elevators and balcony railings, to wrongful death, traumatic brain injury (TBI), complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS), fractures, temporomandibular joint (TMJ), burns and other claims and traumatic injuries.
Our personal injury firm is made up of experienced lawyers, case managers and support personnel who care about not only winning the best result, but providing exceptional personal service throughout the entire process. You can read more about us here.
So if you are looking for a career in the personal injury field or if you or someone you care about had an injury accident, please contact us right away at info@WalchLaw.com or simply click on our CONTACT LINK to send us a confidential message.
With over 45 years experience, we offer FREE consultations and NO FEE if no recovery – that is we work on a contingency fee basis which means we only earn a fee when there is a recovery. You do NOT need to worry about paying our fee or money at all as most of the doctors and other health care providers we know and can refer you to work on a lien basis, which means they also wait for payment until your case is resolved. You do not even need to worry about co-pays or deductibles, so in that sense it is even easier than regular health insurance for which you pay!