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11.16.22

Case Analyst

As a Case Analyst, you will exercise independent judgment in forensically analyzing evidence in accident reconstruction, biomechanics, construction defect and premises liability accidents and render case findings and opinions. You will be responsible for reviewing complex documents such as a variety of reports, depositions, legal documents, scientific illustrations and drawings, and will compare those findings to legal codes, regulations and case law to further support the case findings. You will be expected to accurately and succinctly communicate these complex findings, along with legal and scientific/engineering principles, to forensic experts and legal professionals (including attorneys and insurance carrier representatives).

Location California

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11.16.22

Administrative Assistant

As an Administrative Assistant, your will primarily be responsible for facilitating the operations of the front desk, answering telephone calls and directing clients to appropriate team members. The Administrative Assistant will also be the first point of contact for new clients through telephone calls, and gathering the appropriate information to aid the In-Take Specialist. The Administrative Assistant is also required to assist the Office Manager and Coordinators with their daily duties. Working at the office is an essential job function of the Administrative Assistance.

Location Texas

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11.17.22

Case Coordinator

A Case Coordinator serves as a case facilitator who is responsible for handling all scheduling and rescheduling requirements as each case may require. The Case Coordinator is also in charge of ensuring all tools and equipment are available in their required location at the required time for each case. The Case Coordinator is also tasked with making sure each case is moving forward properly and is on pace with projected completion dates, and that all Case Analysts/Engineers are fully apprised of updates on each case. The Case Coordinator is required to perform all necessary tasks, including closing communications, to make sure a case progresses through each process properly, efficiently and timely.

Location Nevada

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11.16.22

Forensic Engineer – Biomechanics/Accident Reconstruction

As a Biomedical Engineer/Accident Reconstructionist you are responsible for independently managing and prioritizing a caseload of field investigations for a variety of accidents, including but not limited to, vehicular accidents, slip/trip and fall, falling object(s) or recreational accidents. You will collect and analyze scientific findings, including principal directions of force, changes in velocity, and other findings in support of your overall theory of the accident. You are also responsible for meeting billable hours and developing and improving existing client relationships as well as generating new client relationships.

Location California

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11.16.22

Case Intake Specialist

As a Case Intake Specialist with Aperture, you will be responsible for receiving new case calls, processing documents and data entry into CLIO. The Intake Specialist will need to maintain good relations with all clients and preform conflict checks across multiple organizations. A critical eye for detail is a must and CLIO experience is preferred with the ability to work in a fast-paced environment.

Location Texas

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