A well-respected specialist litigation firm is looking for an RTA Litigator to join them at their head office in Macclesfield.
In this role, you will be part of a tight-knit personal injury team and deal with your own RTA caseload, which will include a number of litigated files.
RTA Litigator – Cheshire
An innovative and growing civil litigation practice with offices in Cheshire and Manchester
You’ll be responsible for progressing and handling a diverse caseload of RTA matters, and will be financially incentivised to litigate
The firm have developed a fantastic working environment for ambitious and driven individuals
Commutable from Manchester, Stockport, Altrincham, Wilmslow, Macclesfield
Added extras and benefits
The ideal candidate
An RTA Litigator with 3+ years’ experience
Will have strong knowledge of the CPR and the fast-track litigation process
Will be used to working to targets
Will enjoy working in a fast-paced environment
May have experience using the Proclaim case management system
How to apply for this RTA Litigator role
If this sounds like the job for you, you can apply via this website by clicking ‘Apply’ above. Alternatively, to learn more about this opportunity or to register your interest, contact Joseph on 03300 245 606 or email email@example.com.
Joseph is a senior consultant at Realm and specialises in the recruitment of personal injury lawyers. He works with solicitors and fee-earners at all levels matching them with personal injury firms across Manchester and the North West. If you are looking for a new personal injury job, Joseph is ready to help you find the right role.
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