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Worker's Compensation Claims Assistant

Job Code: 2020-00-100-007

Worker's Compensation Claims Assistant

Black Horse Carriers has an opening for a full-time Worker's Compensation Claims Assistant at our Olympia Fields, IL location.

Black Horse Carriers, now the 13th largest Dedicated Fleet Provider in the U.S. offers you a place to call home, where you can grow professionally and be a part of something special. From Executive leadership on down throughout the company, we know the hard work of all our Employees is what fuels our success, and we are looking for a qualified, experienced Worker's Compensation Claims Assistant to join our team in Olympia Fields!

Essential Job Functions:

· Investigate claims through interviews with claimant

· Investigation notes are detailed and readily accessible

· Maintain filing system of all active claims

· Serve as single point of contact coordinating with insurance carriers to determine compensability

· Serve as single point of contact with doctors, nurse case managers, claimants, and other colleagues

· Coordinate and communicate all leave of absence processes according to federal and state laws

· Manages return-to-work program per organizational policies and federal & state laws

· Maintain updated records of medical appointments to include work restrictions, anticipated period of disability and follow-up appointments

· Performs other duties as assigned

Minimum Qualifications:

· Minimum of 3 years of Worker’s Compensation claims handling experience

· Claims auditing experience

· Third party subrogation experience

· Strong knowledge of Worker's compensation laws

· Excellent verbal and written skills

· Knowledge of windows-based computer operating systems

· Ability to organize, schedule, and prioritize tasks as needed

Pay based on qualifications and experience.

Black Horse Carriers, Inc. offers a comprehensive benefits package to all full-time employees.

To apply, please email your resume

Please indidcate "Worker's Comp. Claims Assistant" in the subject line.