Serious Injury Paralegal
Our client is looking for a Serious Injury Paralegal to join their team in Bury- Manchester. This is a firm that invests in its people and recognises each employee as an asset to the firm. They encouraging both internal and external growth and are currently expanding to create further success. They recruit the best local legal talent and strike the perfect balance between providing both personal and professional service to clients.
For the Serious Injury Paralegal role you will be providing support to a team of fee-earners, working on a variety of complex or poly-trauma claims. Daily responsibilities include; drafting instructions, witness statements and court documents, whilst also providing general assistance to the Bury based team. You will also be preparing bundles and developing strong and long-lasting relations with clients, representing the firm to a great standard. This role is great for individuals looking to develop, as there is great scope for progression within the team. You will be working on a case management system (proclaim) to improve efficiency and aim to work cooperatively as a team.
In terms of experience, our client would ideally like the Serious Injury Paralegal to have up to 2 year's experience within a similar working environment, including exposure to multi track files. However, they will consider individuals with a health background and a willingness to learn. Being flexible, client focused and the ability to take on a client focused approach is essential when joining the Bury office. Candidates with further experience, will be given the opportunity to take on a caseload as they progress. You will have excellent communication skills, with a strong understanding of client needs. A perfect role for an all-round professional, with a dedicated approach to their work.
If you are a Serious Injury Paralegal seeking a new opportunity in Bury now is a great time to get in touch. If you would like to discuss alternative Serious Injury Paralegal roles, please email your CV to Sophie Appleton in our Manchester office.