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Lien Specialist


The Lien Specialist fills a unique position at the intersection of client services, legal administration, and lien resolution. The Lien Specialist will primarily set-up and manage new lien referrals while providing world-class customer service to our clients. In addition to lien duties, the Lien Specialist will be engaged in other services and provide support for the office performing tasks such as EAMS administration, filing, and serving. The Specialist will work in our San Pedro office as an essential member of our team.

For any person with a strong interest in servicing clients, being an essential component to a team and the work comp legal process, this role offers an opportunity to develop a broad spectrum of skills in an environment that is both entrepreneurial and supportive. As a small and fast growing organization, the opportunity for growth in your own hands.

This role is especially appropriate for individuals with experience in any combination of lien resolution, legal admin work, bill review or workers' compensation claims handling. In particular, people with any of the following types of experience are especially encouraged to apply: (If you don't have experience with all of these but still think you'd be awesome at this job, make sure to tell us why in your email or cover letter. We promise we’ll read it.)



Workers' Compensation/Lien Experience/Bill Review: Experience in workers' compensation from the defense perspective is salient for this position. Prior experience defending against liens is beneficial. We have our eyes open for those that have a background as a paralegal/legal assistant, Lien Negotiator, or something comparable.

Bilingual: Looking for someone that speaks English and Spanish fluidly.

Administrative: experience in working with common office software such as MS office, acrobat, etc. Experience drafting workers compensation legal docs is a huge plus.

Technology: We are not a tech company but we are very technology focused. Experience and a high level of comfort dealing with new and changing technologies is something we look for. Big plus for those who are familiar with google drive.

Streamlining processes & providing solutions: While you may not have  workers' compensation experience, we are looking for people with a passion for solving problems and streamlining processes.
Entrepreneurial élan: finally, and in some ways most importantly, we're looking for people with a demonstrated independent streak.


Excellent Attendance: Must have a stellar attendance record and be extremely punctual. The company heavily relies on this person to secure a spot in line at the Anaheim workers compensation appeals board for our hearing representative.

Roll with the punches mindset: We are a small fast growing company and things constantly change. We expect you to embrace change and see it as a new opportunity rather than a negative.

Complete team player: As an employee in a small rapidly growing organization, we'll need you to help design processes to keep up with our growth. This might encompass any number of special projects, but we figured we'd go ahead and give you the heads up now.



Medical benefits and ability to create your own path to growth.
Opportunity to get in early to build an industry changing organization, be an essential part of shaping the future of the company, and opportunity to work each side by side with the owners of the company.
Work life balance - we don't want you to burn out.

Based in San Pedro, Walk Through Specialists (aka "WTS"), a statewide provider of cost effective, fast-tracked settlement solutions & alternative legal services to TPAs, employers, and insurance companies that handle worker compensation claims is seeking a Lien Negotiator/Legal Assistant to grow with us in our brand new San Pedro office.

As a small company, WTS provides an outstanding opportunity to develop entrepreneurial leadership skills in a results-based environment where every contribution has a visible impact on the bottom line. Now in our 4th consecutive year of double-digit growth, WTS delivers a robust, unique service line and business model with proven success in the market.

Company culture is a huge priority for us. We hire fun-loving, driven individuals who like to innovate with their team, deliver what the client needs and bring the heat. We believe in creating a supportive and collaborative environment.

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