Carla Oldale

Litigation Executive, Personal Injury Department

An overview of my responsibilities

  • Taking instructions from clients in relation to personal injury/medical negligence matters
  • Progressing cases from initial instruction through conclusion
  • Keeping clients up to date of developments in proceedings and advising them in respect of the same
  • Liaising with clients, defendants, counsel and other professionals

I started working for QualitySolicitors AcklamBond in January 2005 as a legal secretary to the then Personal Injury Partner before progressing to become his personal assistant. During this time I attended college part-time and completed CILEX Level 3 and Level 6 and I am now a Graduate Member of The Chartered Institute of Legal Executives (CILEX).

On passing my final CILEX exams in 2009 I was promoted to fee earner within the personal injury department. I have a varied case load, which includes medical negligence, accidents at work, slips and trips and road traffic accidents. I have also experience with noise induced hearing loss claims.

I enjoy the varied work that my case load brings and my biggest satisfaction has being to help hundreds of clients over the years secure compensation.

Graduate Member of The Chartered Institute of Legal Executives (CILEX)

 

Carla Oldale - Awards and accreditations

  • Lexcel - Solicitor

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    • Posted on January 25, 2017
      The issue of dress codes for women in the UK has once again made headlines following today's parliamentary report into sexist dress codes in the workplace. The report was commissioned as a result of a petition, which gathered more than 152,000 supporters, set up by a London receptionist who was sent home last year for refusing to wear heels. The petition called for "outdated and sexist" dress codes to be changed so that women have the option to wear flat shoes in the work place.
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