Legal Assistant Reviews

Q: What is it like working as a Legal Assistant?

Legal Assistant in Providence:
"Negotiator."
Pros: Review claims from the clients and determine what is missing. Assign a value amount on the claim and negotate dollar amount with insurance companies.enter details in computer systems. Resolve issues between client and insurance. Arrive at agreement and close the case. Love coworkers, challenges, learning new information daily. Enjoy perks.
Cons: Angry and belligerent clients. Clients not being truthful. Too long hours. Can work 48 to 50 hours. Clients feeling entitled. Can be stressful.

Legal Assistant in Tampa:
"Limited Advancement."
While evidence of employee longevity is a credit to a company, be aware that opportunity for advancement will likely be limited.

Legal Assistant in Punta Gorda:
Pros: I enjoy drafting documents. Meeting deadlines can be stressful.
Cons: Irate clients.

Legal Assistant in Indianapolis:
"Stress levels, additional responsibilities."
Do not be an 'over-achiever' in the beginning. Do not offer to perform 'extra' duties outside the office.

Legal Assistant in Braintree:
"Work Flexibility."
Pros: I am good at what I do. I can work from home if I need to.
Cons: Working 9-5:30.

Legal Assistant in Los Angeles:
"Challenges of the job keep it exciting."
Learn -- learn -- learn -- you are most valuable to a law firm when you are bendable and can fill in any position at a moments notice. Knowledge is a powerful thing.

Legal Assistant in Fort Lauderdale:
"Under paid and no appreciation."
If u dont want benefits or a lunch then dont work for paul Stephen adams.