Personal Injury Solicitors CV Example


Personal Injury Solicitors represent clients who have been injured mentally, physically in an accident by a third party.  They also plead in for clients who are victims of either physical or psychological damage caused by strained relationships, violations of laws or crimes.  Personal Injury Solicitors seek payment for the damage caused by the accused and ensure that their clients are well-compensated accordingly.  Thus, they must have an extensive knowledge on civil litigations to implement their tasks effectively.

Personal Injury Solicitors CV Example

Jane Freeman

London, WC2E 7HU

Phone:  222-7761-6034

janefreeman@yahoo.com

Objective

I am a proactive and flexible professional searching for a challenging position as Personal Injury Solicitors for a government of private law firm.  I have an extensive background in creating reasonable agreements and strategies to reconcile both parties involved in the case in favour of my client.  I am highly persuasive and with excellent analytical skills necessary for resolving cases.

Professional Qualification

2008 – Present: Personal Injury Solicitor, London Court

  • Advised the counsel and client appropriately guided by laws and previous practice
  • Researched and gathered information on the case
  • Interpreted rules and determined future results of the case at hand
  • Claimed for the compensation of the client according to the damage caused
  • Worked cooperatively together with the client to ensure the success of the case

2006 – 2008: Lawyer, Freeman Law Office

  • Drafted legal documents, memoranda and other documents pertaining to business and funds
  • Developed and maintained a good client relationship
  • Gathered evidence pertinent to case on hand and under investigation
  • Interviewed clients and witnesses to gain more information necessary for defending the case

Education

2002 – 2006:  Bachelor of Science in Law, London University

Professional reference will be furnished upon request.

Category: Legal CV'S

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