Defendant Catastrophic Injury lawyers NQ – 3 & 4+ years’ PQE LONDON

London (Central), London (Greater)
to £95,000
09 Jun 2024
07 Jul 2024
Job Title
Practice Area
Personal Injury
PQE Level
2-4, 5-7, 8-10, NQ
Contract Type
Full Time

Private practice law firm in London, known for the work it does in defendant personal injury matters, is looking to recruit two Defendant Catastrophic Injury lawyers – one of 0 to 3 years’ PQE and the other of 4 or more years’ PQE. The team handles cases of the utmost severity including brain injury, spinal injury, amputations, polytrauma, severe psychiatric injury and loss of senses. They act for a large number of insurers, many of whom are household names, dealing with complex, catastrophic and large loss claims with a value of over £100k, with many being over £1 million in value. The team deals with a range of serious injury files including RTA and EL/PL matters.

Applicants will be able to demonstrate a real interest in catastrophic injury work, having gained experience of assisting on personal injury files either in their own right or as assistants to more senior lawyers. You will also be a team player with strong communication skills and attention to detail.

The successful candidates will assist a busy partner by undertaking the day-to-day assistance of a caseload of catastrophic injury claims. Depending upon the level of technical competence and the rate of development, you will assist by developing a caseload of large loss claims and in time becoming a recognised catastrophic injury lawyer in your own right.

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