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Personal Injury Case Handler

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  • Ref: SD149

Cathedral Appointments currently have an excellent opportunity for a Personal Injury Case Handler to join our client based in Taunton. This would be the ideal position for someone who has gained some experience within Law and is extremely keen to start their career within Personal Injury.

Personal Injury Case Handler responsibilities include...

·         Managing your own caseload of primarily Fast Track Road Traffic Accident cases, with some Fast Track Employers Liability/Public Liability

·         Pursuing claims through pre and post-litigation stages, making full use of our client’s case management system

·         To comply with the Directors expectations of time recording and financial targets

·         To work within a team environment

·         Communicating with clients, insurers, expert witnesses and solicitors

Personal Injury Case Handler requirements include...

Essential

·         Knowledge of the CPR and litigation procedures

·         Ability to work effectively both independently and as part of a team

·         Ability to use own initiative and work to strict deadlines

·         Excellent written and verbal communication skills

Desirable

·         Previous RTA claimant personal injury case handling experience

·         Good tactical understanding of working in fixed fee environment

This is a fantastic opportunity for someone who has gained their legal qualifications and is looking for the next step in their career. Ideally, you will have a Legal background and have some experience of running a caseload. On offer is a great working environment, excellent benefits and the opportunity for career progression.

Explore the other legal support jobs currently available with Cathedral Appointments here

Please note, Cathedral Appointments are acting as a recruitment agency in relation to the above role.

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