Attorney (Workers' Compensation)

Job Locations US-IL-Chicago
Position Type
Regular Full-Time


Quintairos, Prieto, Wood & Boyer, P.A., a multi-office national firm is currently seeking a competent and experienced associate to join our growing practice in our Chicago office. The individual in this role would be responsible for compiling and maintaining case files, adhering to court requirements, and acting as an advocate to our list of clients. You are asked to work for the client’s best interest no matter what obstacle is placed before you by gathering, analyzing and studying evidence. This job requires loyalty, problem solving skills and a desire to learn something new every day. The ideal candidate will have a background in both civil law and workers’ compensation law and must be able to meet a monthly billable requirement.


· 1-5 years of workers’ compensation experience preferred.

· Administrative and managerial experience preferred.

· Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written.

· Skills of persuasion and negotiation.

· Strong time management and organizational skills.

· Detail oriented.

· Strong computer skills and competency.

· Professional attitude and strong personal ethics.

· Juris Doctor Degree from an ABA accredited university.

. Qualified candidates must be an active member in good standing with the Chicago Bar.



QPWB supports its staff with our dedicated training and resource center which is available at the time of hire and throughout employment with the firm.


Our firm offers competitive salaries and a comprehensive benefits package for attorneys including medical, dental & vision insurance, employer paid life insurance, employer paid long-term disability insurance, generous 401(k) plan match, paid vacation and more. Benefit offerings for positions other than full-time may vary. We are always seeking qualified professionals to join our team. QPWB is an equal opportunity employer.




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