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  • 1211 East Morehead Street
    Charlotte, NC 28204

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Litigation Attorney

DeMayo Law Offices, L.L.P. • Charlotte, NC

Posted 2 months ago

Job Snapshot

Travel - Negligible
Experience - 10 years
Degree - Doctorate

Job Description

Litigation Attorney needed to represent clients throughout the arbitration and trial processes in District and/or Superior Court.



  • Provide legal advice on personal injury issues by conducting legal research; keeping clients abreast of case developments; analyzing plaintiff’s and defendant’s positions; providing explanations of personal injury law concepts and actions.
  • Develop personal injury case by reviewing investigative findings, police reports, medical reports, medical examiner’s reports, reports of various state and federal agencies; consulting with experts; taking and defending depositions; and completing discovery process.
  • Complete personal injury case preparation by preparing legal briefs; developing strategies, arguments, and testimony.
  • Maintain personal injury case progress by following and enforcing productivity and quality standards; resolving operational problems; identifying work process improvements.
  • Resolve cases by settling, mediating, arbitrating, and prosecuting defendants at trial; plan, organize, and present arguments and counter-arguments; engage expert witnesses; prepare and present evidence; prepare and interrogate witnesses; present closing arguments to jury.
  • Improve quality results by studying, evaluating, and re-designing processes & implementing changes.

Job Requirements

  • Juris Doctor from an ABA accredited law school
  • Admission in good standing to North Carolina State Bar
  • Admission in good standing to South Carolina State Bar preferred
  • Minimum of ten years' personal injury or other litigation practice experience required
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