RTA Litigation Executive

Location
Liverpool
Salary
£28k - 36k per year + Benefits Package
Posted
03 Jun 2024
Closes
01 Jul 2024
Ref
1529575-1-CR-23
Contact
Carl Ryan
Job Title
Legal Executive
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

A national firm with an outstanding reputation for its personal injury offering has an exciting opportunity for an ambitious, capable RTA Intermediate Track Litigation Executive or Paralegal to join its incredibly well renowned claimant RTA Litigation department. 

The RTA department has a stellar reputation in providing its insurer clients with the highest level of service. The firm is known across the country for its high-quality work, achieved within a friendly, vibrant and supportive working environment.

You will be working out of commercial offices in the heart of Liverpool within its litigation department acting on your own caseload of litigated intermediate track RTA claims from instruction through to completion (settlement or trial as necessary). You will have a sound understanding of the litigation process and procedures, be able to deal with liability disputes and consistently deliver the highest level of service for your clients. 

You will be rewarded with a competitive market leading salary which will be in line with your experience and expertise, along with a generous benefits package! 

The department is supportive and friendly and as you will be working alongside senior experienced Solicitors/Fee Earners you will be fully supported to reach your full potential and the department will ensure that you have all the tools that you need to progress. 

Apply online or contact Carl Ryan at G2 Legal today.

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