An opportunity has arisen for a motivated and experienced credit hire litigation executive to join the UK's leading defendant insurance firm based in the friendly Manchester office.
You will handle a caseload of pre-litigated, fast track credit hire matters on a delegated authority basis, including high value and complex cases. This is an opportunity to build up your advocacy skills by attending telephone conferences and applications.
Your responsibilities will include:
- reviewing quantum
- engaging in negotiations
- making and considering offers of settlement
- drafting court documents
- working under court orders and directions
Previous defendant Credit Hire experience is preferred but not essential. Candidates coming from an exclusive claimant background are also encouraged to apply. You will ideally have a strong track record in handling a Credit Hire caseload and work in accordance with client SLAs.
The successful candidate will receive a competitive salary (dependent on experience), a full company benefits package including flexible working, training and pension contribution, along with the chance to gain exposure to high quality and challenging work.
If you're seeking a credit hire litigation executive position in Manchester and want to be part of a well-established and progressive firm - one that rewards you for your determination and hard work by providing incentives and clear channels of progression - please apply online with an up to date CV or contact Brayden Ellis-Marriott at G2 Legal for more information.
At G2 Legal we have a wide range of positions open at legal firms around the UK. Visit our website to view them or contact Carl Ryan on 0161 207 2000 to find out more.
For more information about this role and to apply, please contact Izzie Gilbert at G2 Legal on 0161 207 2000 or forward an up to date copy of your CV.
PQE, years of experience and salary levels are shown purely as a guide. We will consider applications from candidates that can demonstrate the skills or experience required for this role.