Private Practice

Claims Solutions – Property

Claims Solutions – Property

  • The role is to work within the Property Service Line to review fee earners' electronic matter files and make recommendations on direct supervision to Associates and recommend process changes to Product Heads.
  • The successful candidate will be expected to review files in any of the teams within CSG Property (Property, Motor Recovery and Legal Costs Teams).
  • The role requries the flexibility to travel to other offices as required. This can involve staying away from home.
  • You must have a good understanding of general contract and tort, and property damage/costs law.
  • Furthermore, you must be interested in and willing to learn the technical aspects of legal costs, construction and property investigation as required for the role.

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