Personal Injury Fee Earner - Serious Injury work
Personal Injury Fee Earner wanted for a rewarding opportunity with a dynamic and growth-orientated law firm based in West Yorkshire. Salary is negotiable on experience.
A leading regional practice my client is recognised as a specialist in its field offering lots of scope for progression and a quality work load.
Due to continued growth and expansion my client are looking for a Personal Injury Fee Earner to handle a portfolio of claimant multi track value personal injury cases. The caseload is predominantly RTA based and involves cases with claim values between £25,000 and £250,000. The portfolio includes claims with multiple orthopaedic injuries, psychiatric injuries, brain injuries and fatal accident cases.
The successful Fee Earner will have a proven track record of dealing with multi track value injury claims and will be a competent and experienced litigator. You will have a commitment to delivering excellent client care and strong technical ability with practical knowledge of court procedures. In addition, you will have excellent communication skills to include negotiation and objection handling.
The ability to work as part of a team and the motivation required to work to and achieve targets and deadlines is essential.
Applications are invited from Solicitors looking to achieve and develop in a focused litigation practice. Salary is negotiable with excellent benefits and working conditions and an achievable bonus scheme.
Fantastic Personal Injury role with competitive salary and bonus and excellent benefits package.
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