James Walker

Litigation Executive
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James Walker is a Litigation Executive in the Road Traffic Accidents department, having joined Express Solicitors New Client Team in June 2018.

James’s goal is to always produce the best results for our clients. The level of autonomy I am given allows me to do this. The variety of work that comes to my desk is also something that keeps the job fluid and interesting, no day is truly ever the same.”

“I appreciate that everybody experiences the trauma of being in an accident differently. I aim to make the process of completing a personal injury claim as simple and efficient as possible for those going through it. I like to help my clients to understand the position of their claim as it progresses and explain the next steps.”

“I never let myself lose sight of the bigger picture. I always try to think, if this happens now, will it cause a challenging situation later on. To ensure a smooth client journey, I review all my files regularly and keep open channels of communication with my clients.”

“Whilst working at Express Solicitors, I was given the opportunity to work for Anna Heeley, a partner in the RTA department. This experience taught me a lot about the process of managing a case through to its completion.”

Before joining Express Solicitors, James worked as a Citizen Advice Bureau both as a volunteer and an employee. During his volunteering James studied Law at Staffordshire University, and then went on to complete the LPC.

James currently lives in Manchester. In his spare time James enjoys socialising with friends, going out to the cinema, for meals or going to the local pub and bars. “I also quite regularly listen to self-improvement audiobooks to ensure I am getting the most out of life. Sometimes, there is nothing better than sitting with a friend, putting on a film or a TV program and enjoying a glass of wine or a nice gin.”

James’s favourite quote-

“Out of clutter, find simplicity. From discord, find harmony. In the middle of difficulty lies opportunity.” – Albert Einstein