Private Practice

Claimant Personal Injury Solicitor

Claimant Personal Injury Solicitor

  • We are currently recruiting for an experienced Claimant Personal Injury case handler to deal with and run an RTA caseload consisting of Low Velocity Impact (LVI), Fraud, Occupancy and cases where there is an allegation of a Staged Accident.
  • The caseload will be a mixture of litigated and non-litigated cases, with the role being suited to an experienced personal injury case handler.
  • You'll provide case planning assistance to others within the Group. in addition to completing supervisor reviews.
  • We require you to have an excellent knowledge and understanding of handling claimant personal injury cases, ideally cases involving LVI, Fraud and Occupancy allegations.
  • Sound knowledge of the Civil Procedure Rules and experience of running personal injury litigated cases through to trial is essential.

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