We are seeking exceptional professionals who are dedicated to upholding and establishing the highest level of written medical and vocational analyses for injury victims throughout the U.S. to join our Knowledge Management team on a contract basis. The Vocational Expert/Life Care Planner will ensure that EvenUp’s estimates for future medical expenses are accurate and compelling, and serve as our in-house Subject Matter Expert on ad hoc projects.


What You’ll Do:

  • Research and Analyze Medical Records in a Legal Context: Engage in extensive, medical research and analysis. You will be responsible for gaining a comprehensive understanding of an injured victim’s past medical treatment, how the injuries they sustained will affect their future, and outlining the costs of future medical expenses.
  • Projecting Future Medical Needs: After completing an evaluation, it is your responsibility to create precise and thorough estimates that outline the ongoing medical needs of an injured victim.
  • Develop Specialized Template: Craft detailed and meticulously designed templates for projected future medical expenses tailored to common injuries and specific states. This involves understanding the nuances of various medical conditions and treatments as they relate to personal injury within specified states.
  • Customize Tools for Clientele: Collaborate with EvenUp’s firm clientele to design future medical expense templates that are specific to each firm and state. These templates should optimize the impact and clarity of our demands and related documents.
  • Stay Informed on Trends: Keep updated with the latest trends in litigation related to medical and income aspects of personal injury cases, including changes in medical standards, procedures, and relevant common law precedents.
  • Mentor and Guide: Educate and mentor EvenUp’s Legal Operations Team on the evolving interplay between law, medicine, and vocational information, especially as it impacts the product output. This includes summarizing key medical concepts and vocational factors that integrate into our state-specific templates.
  • Quality Assurance: Proactively assess and ensure the quality of medical and vocational information in outgoing documents.


What We Look For:

  • Extensive Experience in Medical and Vocational Analysis for Personal Injury: A background of 5+ years in nursing, counseling, or a related medical field, with significant experience in preparing medical cost estimates for personal injury cases.
  • Expertise in Medical Documentation: Strong skills in analyzing medical records, bills, and related documents. An understanding of how medical evidence supports personal injury claims.
  • Attention to Detail: An unwavering attention to detail in analyzing and presenting information.
  • Comprehensive Understanding of Personal Injury Law: An understanding of how medical information is utilized in personal injury law across various states, including how medical evidence and vocational evidence relate to the cognizable damages (and limitations) for such actions.
  • Education: Registered Nurse (RN) or similar. Masters Degree in Rehabilitation Counseling.
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