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Senior Case Handler, Solicitor or Legal Executive - Claimant Personal Injury

Senior Case Handler, Solicitor or Legal Executive - Claimant Personal Injury

  • You will manage a caseload of personal injury cases, including litigated and non-litigated matters.
  • You will provide case planning assistance to others within the Group in addition to completing supervisor reviews.
  • You will ensure all SLAs and KPIs are adhered to.
  • your experience of running personal injury litigated cases through to trial is essential.
  • You will have excellent organisational and an effective written an d verbal communicator.

Lyons Davidson Limited

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