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Chris Kallis Solicitors We are seeking a Senior Legal cashier and office manager, within our professional and friendly team. About us: we are a dedicated and friendly family-run personal injury and clinical negligence practice, who are dedicated to serving the local community in Plymouth and the surrounding areas. Established in 2000, we have developed into one of the leading.

We are looking for a candidate with at least 3 years' PQE Solicitor or Legal Exec experience of working on Clinical Negligence to join our team. You will be part of a small, dedicated team, who are devoted to serving clients in and around the Plymouth, West Devon and East Cornwall area, with a strong. Job Description - Personal Injury Senior Paralegal or Legal Executive We are looking to attract an experienced paralegal or Legal Executive (2 years + PQE) to join our busy personal injury practice.

The role will involve handling a mixed caseload comprising of Road Traffic, Employer's Liability and Public Liability claims. The successful candidate will be.
Highlights

read more › As a family business, established by Chris Kallis in 2000, our ethos is to ensure that our clients receive a level of service that some larger firms can't provide. We like to ensure that all our clients meet a Partner in person at the very start of their claim. We then actively encourage and maintain regular contact throughout the process. We want to offer a service to our clients that is personal and friendly and adapted to your specific needs. If you prefer to talk face to face, we're happy to meet with you.

read more › If you are injured, or you are suffering with a disease caused by another's negligence, you deserve compensation. There is no quick route to a full and appropriate settlement award. Our team will help to provide support, both practical and financial, through the claims process. Our aim is to make this process as simple and easy for you as possible. Our specialist team are able to advise you on a variety of claim types, below are a few of our specialist areas of practice. Please get in contact with us today.

read more › If you have an accident at work and it can be proved that someone else is at fault, you may be entitled to compensation. The negligence can be caused by your employer, a fellow employee or another company or sub contractor at your place of work. You could have a claim, even if you are self employed. If your injury causes you to have to take time off work, we may also be able to help you to obtain an interim payment to ease any financial worries or to cover healthcare costs. Accident at work claims can vary from being clear cut to more complex, where liability may be difficult to prove.

read more › If you are the victim of violence which results in an injury, either physical, psychological or both, you may have a right to compensation under the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority (CICA) scheme. The CICA is a government funded scheme designed to compensate blameless victims of violent crime. The rules of the Scheme and the value of the payments awarded are set by Parliament and are calculated by reference to a tariff of injuries. Compensation amounts range from 1,000 to 500,000, depending on the severity of your injuries.

read more › It is increasingly common, particularly in the area of road traffic accidents, to be persuaded to use an insurer's panel solicitor, rather than instruct a firm that you know or has been recommended to you personally. We are frequently contacted by unhappy people who have started a claim with an insurer's solicitor and who are dissatisfied with the slow, impersonal and unsatisfactory service they receive. Clients also complain that they feel pressured to settle for less that they think their injury is worth.

read more › Exposure to conditions in work environments can cause serious illnesses or life changing conditions. Employers are under a duty to remove or reduce hazards that pose a risk to their employees or visitors health. Hazards can include asbestos, noise, dust, chemicals and vibration from tools. An industrial disease often does not cause symptoms to appear until months or even years after exposure to the hazard. This can cause particular difficulty when investigating or pursuing a claim. Sometimes, employers have gone out of business or moved premises.

read more › Bringing a claim for a military injury can be both complicated and worrying, particularly if you wish to remain in service. However, if you have suffered a serious injury at work as a result of the negligence of a third party, you may feel that you have no choice but to pursue a claim to secure your financial future, particularly if you face a medical discharge. Our Partners appreciate the unique nature of your claim and the circumstances surrounding it. If you wish to speak to us about your potential claim, please contact us and we will offer you a discrete, no obligation fee initial interview either face to face, or over the telephone if this is more convenient.

read more › Our roads are busy and therefore accidents are sadly, inevitable. A road traffic accident, whether you are a driver, passenger, pedestrian or a cyclist can result in minor or severe injuries. We understand that following a road traffic accident, often your immediate needs are to have access to physiotherapy or other rehabilitation. We have an excellent relationship with a number of treatment providers and we endeavour to prioritise your recovery whilst also running your claim for compensation. If you're involved in a road traffic accident, you are likely to be contacted by a legal representative for your insurer offering you legal representation.

read more › Very serious injuries, such as a head injury, spinal injury or severe psychological trauma, are often life-changing. Being unable to work can mean that finances can quickly become strained. Where liability has been admitted, we can seek an interim payment from your opponent to help meet the costs of private treatment, professional care, any aids or equipment that may be required, and to ease the financial strain that may have been caused by a loss of earnings. Our team will be here to assist you, not only in relation to bringing a claim for compensation, but also to ensure that the litigation process is used to its full potential.

read more › Accidents happen, but if that accident was caused by the neglect of a third party, you may be entitled to compensation. The Highways Authorities and occupiers of premises are under a duty to ensure that paths and walkways are safe underfoot. Continuing cut backs and the sheer scale of the maintenance of miles of pavements and footpaths, often makes it impossible to keep every walkway or building free from hazards. Inevitably, accidents will happen. Highways Authorities or occupiers of premises may have a valid defence to your claim.

read more › Exercise is important for staying healthy and therefore more of us are participating in sports and other recreational and adventurous activities. In general, exercise is great and has a positive effect on our lives. But with more people participating in sport, there are an increasing number of people suffering injuries as a result. The basic legal principle is that you assume and have to accept a certain degree of risk if you participate in sporting activities, particularly contact sports. Whilst we all have to accept some risk of injury, a number of injuries could have been avoided and are often caused by the fault of a third party.

read more › When we go into hospital or go to see a GP or dentist, we put our trust into the hands of people who are, in the vast majority of cases, competent and professional. But sadly, a medical diagnosis, a surgical procedure or a hospital treatment can go wrong due to the lack of judgement or the incompetence of a doctor, surgeon or other healthcare provider. The effects of medical negligence can be catastrophic and life changing, completely eradicating your trust in the medical profession. It is important to instruct a specialist solicitor who has experience in dealing with medical negligence claims as the law and procedure can be complex.

read more › No two claims are exactly the same; therefore we cannot always predict how long your claim will take. Initial interview and arrange funding - we will arrange a meeting with you and one of our Partners will see you. We will take initial details of your accident circumstances and your symptoms. The more information you can provide i.e. vehicle details, photographs, witness details, the easier it will be for us to assess the merits of your claim. If appropriate, we will then follow up the meeting with a letter enclosing the "no win, no fee" agreement and other compliance documents that we are obliged to send you.

read more › This is the most common method of funding your claim. In the event that your claim is not successful, you will not be charged for our time. We will also safeguard you against your opponent's costs and the costs involved with running your claim, such as the report fees. Legal expenses insurance - you may have the benefit of a pre-existing policy of insurance as part of a motor; home contents; buildings or other insurance policy. Often, clients do not realise they have the benefit of the policy until we investigate it for them.

read more › Every day people are injured in accidents. Many will get compensation for their injuries and other losses. Ensuring you are fully compensated means using a specialist lawyer who really understands what is involved in getting the maximum you deserve. Claiming compensation can be a complex process. There are many hurdles to overcome. You have a right to instruct the solicitor of your choice and you owe it to yourself to make sure that your claim is properly represented. The injury you suffer as the result of an accident does not have to be very serious before you can claim.

read more › We can't assess the value of your injuries until we have obtained a report from a medical expert. We may also need to compile details of your losses and expenses which can significantly increase the value of your claim. As soon as we can give you an idea of your likely compensation value, we will. We will only take on your claim is your injury is worth in excess of 1,000. Claims worth less than this amount do not qualify for legal costs to be paid. The duration of a claim depends on a number of factors.

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