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    RTA Fee Earner

  • Job type: Permanent
  • Sector: Personal Injury
  • Location: Oldham, Greater Manchester
  • Salary: Negotiable
  • Date posted: 22/05/2020
  • Job reference: 45696_1590139766

My client, a multi service law firm are looking for an RTA Fee Earner to join their successful team. The successful candidate will be handling a caseload of fast track and multi-track RTA personal injury cases from the point they exit portal to issue or settlement.

Daily duties:

  • Valuing personal injury, preparing part 36 advice, assessing quantum and liability
  • Running a caseload of out of-portal and RTA personal injury claims
  • Reviews for suppliers' marketing expenses
  • Controlling compliance and risk management reviews
  • Complaint handling and resolution
  • Maintaining KPI targets for post-portal cases
  • Managing abandonment and file closure


The Ideal RTA Fee Earner will have strong litigation skills and be able to handle a file from inception to completion, as well as being able to assess the liability, causation, and quantum issues. Pro-actively manage a minimum number of 60 files.


  • Salary is negotiable
  • Achievable bonus structure
  • Training Contract opportunity 2021

If this role is of interest, please call Ellie Sedgwick on 01772 259 121 or forward your most recent CV to

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