Personal Injury Litigator

£30k - 40k per year + Benefits Package
03 Jun 2024
01 Jul 2024
Rachael Atherton
Job Title
Contract Type
Full Time

A vacancy for a Defendant Personal Injury Litigator has become available with this L200 law firm, based at its Bradford office. 

You must have a minimum of 1 year of experience in Defendant EL/PL to be considered for this role. You will be able to hit the ground running with a caseload of Defendant EL/PL claims, which are generally fast track with the occasional low value Multi Track claims.

It will be a varied defendant EL/PL workload (mainly from a retail perspective) from commencement of litigation to trial and occasionally handling prelitigation matters. 

This is a multi-award-winning firm which is L200 rated and has a strong reputation across the UK. This firm is offering a competitive salary and benefits package along with an outstanding, flexible, work life balance. 

Benefits include:  

  • 25 days holiday increasing after 2 years
  • Free parking
  • Group personal pension
  • Life assurance
  • Private healthcare
  • Interest free travel loans
  • Discounted car parking
  • Childcare vouchers
  • Discounts for legal work

You will be fully supported in this role with a supportive and helpful supervision structure and case management system. 

This is an excellent opportunity for a Defendant ELPL Claims Handler to join a highly reputable and forward-thinking law firm.

To discuss this Defendant Personal Injury Litigator opportunity in more detail please contact Rachael Atherton at G2 Legal or apply directly via the link.

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