Brain Injury Lawyer (Primarily Remote Work)

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Location
Birmingham
Salary
£60000 - £70000 per annum
Posted
19 Jun 2024
Closes
17 Jul 2024
Ref
SH-244
Contact
Stephen Hunt
Job Title
Solicitor
Practice Area
Personal Injury
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Brain Injury Lawyer - Mainly Remote Working (Claimant)
£60,000 - £70,000

We're teaming up with a specialist law firm exclusively focused on handling cases concerning brain injuries. With a substantial workload in the pipeline and ambitious expansion plans, there are multiple opportunities for Grade A Lawyers interested in joining a team of experienced professionals specialised in barin injury and catastrophic injury claims.

Our client intentionally maintains a restricted caseload to adhere to their fundamental principles of operating differently, beyond the conventional legal framework. In this position, you'll be responsible for managing approximately 5 cases, covering a variety of head injury cases and other catastrophic injuries typically valued at millions.

We're looking for driven lawyers (Lawyers or CILEx) with a minimum of 8 years PQE who have experience in dealing with schedules of loss, witness statements, and claims exceeding £500k, among other areas. Unlike many traditional law firms, our client has no financial or billable targets and places strong emphasis on client care, ensuring the delivery of a comprehensive service to meet their clients' needs while securing maximum compensation.

An attractive salary and a generous benefits package await. Remote work is available for four days a week, with one day in the Manchester office.

 

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