Personal Injury Solicitor (Casualty)

Location
Birmingham
Salary
£36000 - £50000 per annum, Benefits: Benefits Package
Posted
09 May 2022
Closes
06 Jun 2022
Ref
1273249-1-AC-19
Contact
Andrew Cookson
Job Title
Solicitor
PQE Level
2-4, NQ
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
I have a great opportunity for a personal injury Solicitor with a leading national defendant personal injury firm, at their Birmingham office. 

My client is a Top 50 UK law firm with an excellent reputation for dealing with international insurance clients and public sector bodies. They currently have a role available within their Casualty team to pick up a full caseload of fast and multi-track litigated Employers and Public Liability matters, acting on behalf of several of the firm's key clients. 

You will run these cases from inception through to settlement or trial, dealing with all stages of the litigation process, accordingly you will need to be able to demonstrate previous experience in this area such that you will be able to handle work at this level from the outset. 

The firm has strong core values and an identifiable culture and will expect potential candidates to be able to exhibit high levels of technical skills and strong communication abilities. 

In return, the firm offers a competitive salary and benefits package and a secure and supportive working environment where they hope their team will forge long term careers with the firm.

For an initial confidential chat about this role please contact Andrew Cookson at G2 Legal or apply via the link enclosing your current CV.

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