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About the Role
Insurance for drivers and riders is a critical part of our business, and we are constantly innovating in this area. The Uber Legal Team is currently searching for an Insurance Litigation Paralegal, with experience in the insurance defense litigation, specifically in complex and high exposure claims and litigation. Do you want to bring your expertise to Uber?
What You’ll Do
Review, analyze, and respond to tort litigation in the United States and Canada
Perform complex data analytics in a time-sensitive and confidential nature
Consult and assist attorneys on specific case needs, particularly related to high exposure claims and litigation
Apply advanced knowledge of highly complex legal concepts to support team
Respond directly to requests from outside counsel and insurers
Analyze, issue spot, and escalate inquiries when necessary
Perform initial file management including fact investigation and preservation
Analyze discovery for responsiveness, relevance and objections
Review, categorize, organize, track, and maintain legal documents
What You’ll Need
A minimum of 5 years of paralegal experience in either a defense firm or insurance company
Experience working on high exposure claims and litigation
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