Pros: free lunches for certain occasions, and bravo awards for recognition
Cons: health benefits are not that great
Each day at work is different as you do not know what type of new assignment you will get, but that can be exciting at the same time as you get to learn something new each day.
I have learned alot about litigation, coverage, insurance, regulations, and the list goes on.
Management is good, but can be a bit inconsistent with their expectations and instruction on how to handle things.
My co-workers are amazing, and are great hard working people. I'm happy to work with an amazing group of people.
Hardest part of the job is the workload and number of cases assigned to you. Each case is unique and different and requires a different amount of time dedicated to it.
The most enjoyable part of the job is the litigation aspect. Its great to be able to attend trials, mediation, and arbitrations as it helps to provide us with a better understanding of how what we do each day can impact the end result of a case. You gain a better knowledge of how and why certain information can be critical to obtain in order to be able to better defend a case at trial.