Personal Injury Claims Handler

Newcastle upon Tyne
£18000 - £28000 per annum, Benefits: Benefits package
13 Mar 2018
10 Apr 2018
Carl Hodgson
Practice area
Personal injury
Full time
Contract type
Personal Injury Handler.

Are you looking to make a move from your current personal injury role to a defendant insurance partner?

Due to continued growth, the firm is expanding its presence within the North East as a market leader and looking to add additional personal injury claims handlers to its team. 

They lead the way in the quality of claims service provided, not only with their professional outlook, but also using cutting edge technology.
Your primary responsibility in this Personal Injury Claims Handler role is to look after your own caseload of defendant personal injury claims. You will deliver an exceptional customer service experience to both customers and clients, be articulate, have a strong communication skill set to be able to handle complex claims, as well as having the ability to build and maintain professional relationships with internal colleagues and business contacts.
Working to targets and deadlines within a proactive work place means taking ownership of your case load is essential. As a Personal Injury Claims Handler, you will be using the MOJ portal to progress claims from instruction to completion. Knowledge of indemnity and liability arguments coupled with Credit Hire case management is also a pre-requisite for success.
Applications will be considered from Personal Injury Paralegals, Legal Executives or Solicitors looking to make the transition into the insurance market.
To be considered for this Personal Injury Claims Handler role based in Newcastle, please apply now for an instant response today.

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