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EL/PL Fee Earner - Leeds and West Yorkshire

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EL/PL Fee Earner

Salary: Negotiable
Sector: Private Practice
Location: Leeds and West Yorkshire
Type: Permanent role
Practice area: Insurance / Defendant PI, Insurance Fraud, Motor Defence, Personal Injury Claimant
Job title: EL/PL Fee Earner
Reference number: JM/24630N
EL/PL Fee Earner 

Our client are currently seeking an experienced Legal Executive/Paralegal to join their successful EL/PL team. 

The successful candidate will be responsible for claimant personal injury claims and must have at least 2 years experience in an EL/PL claims handling role. 

Excellent salary and prospects for the right candidate. 

Please only apply for this opportunity if you have the requisite skills and experience. 

If you would like any further information please contact Gemma Crossley at BCL Legal on 0845 241 0933 or email her at gemmacrossley@bcllegal.com. 

For a full list of vacancies visit www.bcllegal.com. 

BCL Legal is an equal opportunities employer.

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