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Working As A Compensator Worker

  • Interacting With Computers
  • Getting Information
  • Organizing, Planning, and Prioritizing Work
  • Communicating with Persons Outside Organization
  • Communicating with Supervisors, Peers, or Subordinates
  • Deal with People

  • Mostly Sitting

  • Stressful

  • $48,810

    Average Salary

What Does A Compensator Worker Do At Travelers

* Litigates cases to verdict, demonstrating superior use of trial skills and techniques.
* Ability to independently handle a full to moderate caseload with moderate level of severity and complexity from case inception through trial/resolution.
* Works under the guidance of Senior Counsel in litigating complex and high exposure files.
* Conducts legal research as necessitated and supervises research projects delegated to Associate Counsel and paralegals.
* Independently drafts pleadings, motions, briefs, discovery and other file documents.
* Attends court events and other appointments independently.
* Learns and understands claim customers expectations and key department business goals and assists them in meeting those goals.
* Handles and actively seeks opportunities to become involved in special projects and on committees.
* Provides recommendations and case analysis to business partners on appropriate file handling strategy.
* Integrates legal support staff into case handling process.
* Builds and maintains superior internal and external client relationships.
* Completes all required administrative tasks including time reporting, closed cases, reports and other materials appropriate to performance of job duties.
* Effectively makes use of technology and automation in the practice of law.
* Adheres to all standards of excellence in file management.
* Travels as required to meet business needs.
* Ability to mentor and train less experienced counsel and legal support staff.
* Provide advice and training to claim partners and clients.
* Job Opening ID:
* BR
* Equal Employment Opportunity Statement:
* Travelers is an equal opportunity employer

What Does A Compensator Worker Do At Kelly Services

* Interact with employees related to claims arising out of Workers
* Compensation.
* Manage and administer procedures by investigating, reporting and monitoring progress of claims to appropriate levels of management.
* Review Workers
* Compensation cases with carrier, broker, legal counsel regarding claim handling and settlement procedures as appropriate.
* Make recommendations, as well as represent employer at Workers
* Compensation Appeals Board hearings as needed.
* Keep abreast of laws and regulations related to Workers
* Compensation, leaves of absence and sick leave policies ensuring compliance in the appropriate handling of cases.
* Administer Workers
* Compensation contracts, policies & programs, reserve claims/payouts dollars.
* Analyze impacts and make recommendations for effective utilization of resources.
* Administer ergonomic policies and procedures.
* Assist in the scheduling of ergonomic evaluations with insurance carrier.
* Monitor cases and coordinate equipment purchases with Corporate Services, Facilities and IT departments.
* Participate with various business units in administering health & safety programs, including facilitating quarterly employee safety training, emergency preparedness training and assisting with pandemic response training.
* Assist in the plan, design and implementation of the overall risk management process for the Credit Union in conjunction with the Business Continuity Committee.
* Analyze, identify and assess threats to the safety of employees, members and visitors.
* Identifies causes of past accidents and offers recommendations to mitigate future risk.
* Provide recommendations to reduce accidents, occupational illness, and exposure to long-term health hazards through safety-training of supervisors and managers, planned inspections, first-aid care, emergency preparedness, personal protective equipment, safety rules and practices.
* Provide assistance as needed to the Leaves and Wellness Program Administrator.
* Maintain a thorough understanding of state and federal laws and regulations related to credit union compliance including bank secrecy and anti-money laundering laws appropriate to the position.
* Performs other functions as assigned

What Does A Compensator Worker Do At Advantage Solutions

* Serves as the central point of contact regarding workers compensation claims for the company and any or all subsidiaries.
* Provides intake and claim reporting information and services telephonically, via email or web interface as appropriate and as needed for workers compensation claims.
* Assists in coordinating medical treatment protocols for all newly reported workers compensation claims.
* Coordinates leave information for workers compensation claims from intake thru closure, and transition from one leave type to another, including concurrent and/or simultaneous programs.
* Produces written documents, such as letters, memos, and reports, in order to send and receive information regarding claim status, leaves of absence under the Family Medical Leave Act, and any other relevant state or federal leave laws, including the Americans with Disabilities Act.
* Produces end-user reports to clients with various frequency & formats
* Works with Benefits Team to update and maintain procedures relating to administration, compliance and audit requirements; associate handbook and other program-related documents

What Does A Compensator Worker Do At Willamette Dental Management Corporation

* This position provides administration and oversight for the workers’ compensation program and ensures compliance with worker’s compensation laws, regulations, insurance coverage, policies and procedures which includes meeting best practice outcomes in Oregon, Washington and Idaho, with an emphasis in active claims’ management within the Washington Department of Labor & Industries system.
* Facilitates the entire workers’ compensation claims management process from initial report through claim closure.
* Actively assess, evaluate and mitigate risks with respect to employee workers’ compensation.
* Consult with employees during the claims process to effectively manage the claim, with the main goal to return the employee to their job with the least amount of delay and unnecessary costs.
* Collaborate with Human Resources staff to manage workers’ compensation claims and other associated issues, including medical leave.
* Proactively manage workers’ compensation claims in the most medically beneficial and cost effective manner.
* Work in partnership with various parties connected with a claim, including but not limited to attorneys, investigators, insurers and State agencies.
* Work closely with regional management staff in managing their employee’s workers’ compensation claims.
* Identify problems and opportunities for improvement; develop strategies and recommendations to reduce the number of workers’ compensation claims, the applicable premium modifier and the costs of those claims.
* Advanced Comprehensive working knowledge of Oregon, Washington and Idaho’s workers’ compensation systems; specifically Washington State industrial insurance compensation systems, aspects of injuries and occupational diseases of health care workers within a large group dental practice, disabilities and treatment, vocational rehabilitation processes for injured/ill workers in each state; light duty, legal issues (e.g.
* ADA, Reasonable Accommodation, discrimination, employment practices and disability insurance systems).
* Strong written & oral communication, interpersonal counseling, conflict resolution, problem-solving and regulatory/analytical skills required.
* Documentation management, consumer relations, medical staff and administration procedures and structure and strong clinical knowledge of medical and psychological procedures and interventions.
* Knowledge of or ability to quickly learn OSHA regulations pertinent to health care workers and large group dental practice employer.
* Experience in loss control, injury prevention, and wellness programs

What Does A Compensator Worker Do At The Hartford

* Develop and execute appropriate uniform office systems concerning the receipt and timely assignment of files; the timely and meaningful communications with clients, claims, opposing counsel and the court; the identification, maintenance and storage of open files and, the closing and storing of closed files.
* Ensure that proper conflicts check and calendar systems are in place.
* Create, revise and ensure the use of uniform legal and administrative forms.
* Conduct suit analyses and frequent reviews of staff law office files.
* Develop partnership between office and claim centers.
* Provide high quality service and timely information to claims.
* Participate in roundtables.
* Gather and compile data and statistics from multiple sources for preparation of monthly reports.
* Prepare and administer office budget.
* Identify issues that raise broad client, claim or corporate implications.
* Administers performance management process for professional and support staff. (Results expected, on-going feedback, evaluation, development, rewards/consequences).
* Assume proactive, leading role in requisite training of staff on legal issues and goals.
* Administers performance management process for professional and support staff. (Results expected, on-going feedback, evaluation, development, rewards/consequences).
* Assume proactive, leading role in requisite training of staff on legal issues and goals.
* Recruit, hire, develop and retain outstanding legal staff and support staff.
* Promote diversity and inclusion.
* Identify top talent; focus on development and "re-recruiting".
* Provide high quality legal representation to clients

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How To Become A Compensator Worker

Most paralegals and legal assistants have an associate’s degree in paralegal studies, or a bachelor's degree in another field and a certificate in paralegal studies.


There are several paths a person can take to become a paralegal. Candidates can enroll in a community college paralegal program to earn an associate’s degree. However, many employers prefer, or even require, applicants to have a bachelor’s degree.

Because only a small number of schools offer bachelor’s and master's degrees in paralegal studies, applicants typically have a bachelor’s degree in another subject and earn a certificate in paralegal studies.

Associate’s and bachelor's degree programs in paralegal studies usually offer paralegal training courses in legal research, legal writing, and the legal applications of computers, along with courses in other academic subjects, such as corporate law and international law. Most certificate programs provide intensive paralegal training for people who already hold college degrees.

Employers sometimes hire college graduates with no legal experience or legal education and train them on the job. In these cases, the new employee may have experience in a technical field that is useful to law firms, such tax preparation, nursing, or criminal justice.

Other Experience

In many cases, employers prefer candidates who have at least 1 year of experience in a law firm or other office setting. In addition, a technical understanding of a specific legal specialty can be helpful. For example, a personal-injury law firm may desire a paralegal with a background in nursing or health administration.

Work experience in a law firm or other office setting is particularly important for people who do not have formal paralegal training.

Many paralegal training programs offer an internship, in which students gain practical experience by working for several months in a private law firm, the office of a public defender or attorney general, a corporate legal department, a legal aid organization, or a government agency. Internship experience helps students improve their technical skills and can enhance their employment prospects.


Although not required, some employers may prefer to hire applicants who have completed a paralegal certification program. Many national and local paralegal organizations offer voluntary paralegal certifications to students able to pass an exam. Other organizations offer voluntary paralegal certifications for paralegals who meet certain experience and education criteria. For more information about paralegal certifications, see the More Info section.

Important Qualities

Communication skills. Paralegals must be able to document and present their research and related information to their supervising attorney.

Computer skills. Paralegals need to be familiar with using computers for legal research and litigation support. They also use computer programs for organizing and maintaining important documents.

Interpersonal skills. Paralegals spend most of their time working with clients and other professionals and must be able to develop good relationships. They must make clients feel comfortable sharing personal information related to their cases.

Organizational skills. Paralegals may be responsible for many cases at one time. They must adapt quickly to changing deadlines.

Research skills. Paralegals need good research and investigative skills to conduct legal research.

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Compensator Worker Career Paths

Compensator Worker
Benefit Specialist Billing Specialist
Business Office Manager
8 Yearsyrs
Compensation Specialist Human Resources Manager Business Development Manager
Business Operations Manager
8 Yearsyrs
Case Manager Service Director Operations Director
Chief Operating Officer
11 Yearsyrs
Senior Claims Examiner Billing Specialist Collector
Collections Manager
5 Yearsyrs
Billing Specialist Office Administrator Human Resources Coordinator
Director Of Human Resources
10 Yearsyrs
Office Manager Human Resources Coordinator
Human Resources Manager
7 Yearsyrs
Senior Paralegal Human Resources Generalist Human Resources Supervisor
Labour Relations Manager
6 Yearsyrs
Human Resources Generalist Human Resources Manager Assistant Vice President
Manager, Assistant Vice President
7 Yearsyrs
Human Resources Manager Project Manager Program Manager
Managing Director
11 Yearsyrs
Office Manager Operations Manager
Operations Director
9 Yearsyrs
Human Resources Coordinator Specialist Account Manager
Operations Manager
7 Yearsyrs
Compensation Specialist Compensation Analyst Human Resources Manager
Practice Manager
9 Yearsyrs
Human Resources Manager Program Manager General Manager
President Of Operations
11 Yearsyrs
Billing Specialist Specialist Project Manager
Program Manager
8 Yearsyrs
Benefit Specialist Account Manager Operations Manager
Purchasing Manager
9 Yearsyrs
Case Manager Program Manager General Manager
Regional Manager
8 Yearsyrs
Senior Claims Examiner Claims Manager Risk Manager
Risk Management Director
7 Yearsyrs
Human Resources Generalist Director Of Human Resources Senior Consultant
Risk Manager
8 Yearsyrs
Human Resources Coordinator Project Manager Program Manager
Senior Manager
10 Yearsyrs
Senior Paralegal General Counsel President/Chief Executive Officer
Senior Partner
8 Yearsyrs
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Compensator Worker Demographics


  • Female

  • Male

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  • White

  • Hispanic or Latino

  • Asian

  • Unknown

  • Black or African American

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Languages Spoken

  • Spanish

  • Chinese

  • French

  • Carrier

  • Mandarin

  • Italian

  • Portuguese

  • Ukrainian

  • Bosnian

  • Cantonese

  • Serbian

  • Japanese

  • Russian

  • Armenian

  • Arabic

  • Croatian

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Top Skills for A Compensator Worker


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Top Compensator Worker Skills

  1. Medical Records
  2. Insurance Adjusters
  3. Personal Injury
You can check out examples of real life uses of top skills on resumes here:
  • Facilitated medical treatment for Clients, requested and reviewed medical records.
  • Communicated effectively with insurance adjusters and attorneys with regards to case status and/or settlement offers.
  • Provided independent support for personal injury, worker's compensation, social security, chancery, and bankruptcy cases.
  • Assisted workers' compensation patients with questions and concerns regarding authorizations for procedures.
  • Requested, analyzed, and organized medical records, employment records, rehabilitation documents, and social security documents.

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