Catastrophic Injury Solicitor/CILEx

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£40000 - £45000 per annum, Benefits: Benefits Package
02 Feb 2021
02 Mar 2021
Gayle Woolf
Job Title
Practice Area
Personal Injury
Contract Type
Full Time
This national full service law firm has an excellent reputation, particularly for it's personal injury and insurance team. 
The firm is now searching for an ambitious solicitor to join it's claimant serious injury team in Oxford.  This role is an initial 12-18 month FTC.
Ideally you will have up to 2 years' PQE within personal injury work. Newly qualified solicitors/chartered legal executives are encouraged to apply. 
Join this friendly, down to earth team and advise clients on serious injury matters where their lives have often been turned upside down. Your caseload will be broad and high value to include advising on spinal cord, head and other serious injuries.  
Previous experience of managing multi-track personal injury claims, preferably including experience with catastrophic injury claims, and brain and spinal injury claims.
Joining this large law firm at the start of your legal career you will have all the support, mentoring and resources you need to be successful in your role. 
Trainee solicitors who are completing a training contract and have already completed a seat in personal injury are encouraged to apply, as are those with additional personal injury experience. 
Excellent opportunity to progress within catastrophic and serious injury work.  
Very competitive salary and benefits on offer within this reputed firm.  
Click on apply now and send your CV in for consideration. Alternatively call Gayle Woolf for more information.

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