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Litigation Specialist - Complex General Liability Claims

Company Name:
FF&C Mgt
Seeking at least 5 years experience complex GL claims to assume similar responsibilities for a major insurance provider by completing necessary tasks including, but not limited to:
Investigation
Evaluation
Reserving
Litigation management
Disposition - Settlement
Starting salary to $130,000 company match 401(k), generous vacation packages, bonus packages, and stock options are some of the components of our employment packages. Contact us today and take the first step in becoming a major force in the insurance industry.
For complete details contact Greg Foss at:
(609) 584-9000 ext 270
Or submit resume online at:
http://dmc9.com/gbf/app.asp
Or email to:
Please reference #34415 when responding.
Education Requirements: Bachelor Degree
Minimum Experience Requirements: 5-10 years
Job City Location: Tucker
Job State Location: GA
Job Country Location: USA
Salary Range: $90,000 to $130,000
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