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State Farm

PIP Paralegal




Jericho, New York, United States


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James F. Butler & Associates, insurance staff counsel for State Farm Insurance Companies, is seeking an Arbitration Paralegal with 1-10 years legal experience to join the No Fault/PIP Team in our Jericho, NY office. The paralegal will be responsible for managing a high volume caseload of PIP arbitration matters in a fast paced environment providing high quality work. The arbitration paralegal will be responsible for reviewing AR-1 submissions, preparing conciliations, reviewing medical records, appearing for AAA hearings, and drafting reports. The most qualified candidates will possess outstanding research abilities, written and oral advocacy skills, and will be well organized, detail oriented and have the ability to independently manage a busy, time-sensitive caseload


  • 1-10 years of No-Fault paralegal experience preferably in insurance defense or personal injury environment
  • Ability to draft pleadings, routine motions, discovery, and legal memoranda
  • Familiarity with Court and American Arbitration Association rules and procedures
  • Experience with discovery process
  • Understanding of medical terminology and records
  • Understanding of internet information resources and software applications with the ability to develop greater automation expertise
  • Paralegal degree, certificate, and/or paralegal education
  • Applicants are required to be eligible to lawfully work in the U.S. immediately; employer will not sponsor applicants for U.S. work opportunity