Multi Track fee Earner

Posted 10 April by CRA Consulting Easy Apply

Are you tired of working in traditional legal practice and you are a proven experienced multi track fee earner? Then why wait, apply today, this is a great opportunity to join a modern claimant personal injury ABS structure. Why worry about the pending PI reforms when you are working direct for the customers themselves.

You will run your own high value, multi-track serious injuries claims caseload. Our client is a leading force in the world of personal injury. Due to expansion they are looking to recruit a number of multi-track fee earners into their serious injuries team. Taking on a hands on role, this would suit someone with a demonstrable interest in this practice area.

The Role:
-Due to expansion, our client is recruiting for a number of fee earners to join their multi-track serious injuries team
-This will be claimant work, predominantly focusing on EL PL and RTA matters, up to the value of £50,000
-The role requires high volumes of client care with regular face to face meetings

The Candidate:
-In order to be considered, you must have demonstrable experience working on a multi-track personal injury caseload.
-Ideally you will be a qualified Chartered Legal Executive or Solicitor although non-qualified fee earners with demonstrable experience will also be considered.
-Due to high standards of client care, those with demonstrable communication skills are encouraged to apply.
-You must have strong experience of working with a case management system and be used to working towards targets

Please note there are multi vacancies available but don't delay as there has already been a lot of interest to join this modern forward thinking ABS. For more information please contact Robert Addy on or click apply today.

Required skills

  • multi track fee earner

Reference: 34864137

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