Personal Injury Solicitor

England, Greater Manchester, Manchester
£36000.00 - £40000.00 per annum
17 Feb 2021
17 Mar 2021
David Carr
Job Title
Practice Area
Personal Injury
PQE Level
2-4, NQ
Contract Type
Full Time


A personal injury solicitor is required by this national law firm to join a team specialising in dealing with defendant casualty and historical abuse work based out of its Manchester office.

Role Overview

On joining the team you will work alongside an experienced partner assisting on a wide variety of multi-track cases. There is a real mix of work including casualty fraud, local authority, EL/PL and historical abuse claims.

In addition to assisting on work you will handle your own caseload of fast and multi-track cases with a focus on social services/abuse claims.

Candidate Profile

The firm is seeking and solicitor with the following experience/characteristics:

  • Ideally have previous experience in historical abuse/social services casualty claims.
  • Experience in EL/PL related personal injury work is essential.
  • Fraud experience would be an advantage.
  • Good understanding of CPR and previous litigation experience.

What's on offer?

On offer with this opportunity is:

  • Chance to join a specialist defendant casualty team and partner who deals with complex work.
  • Competitive salary and benefits.
  • Realistic opportunities for progression in a growing team.
  • Home working available.
  • A varied caseload of interesting litigated work.

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To be considered for this personal injury solicitor role based in Manchester please get in touch with a recent CV as soon as possible.

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