EL/PL NQ+ Solicitor

2 days left

£36000 - £38000 per annum, Benefits: Bonus Scheme + Benefits
21 Feb 2018
21 Mar 2018
Izzie Gilbert
Practice area
Personal injury
Full time
Contract type
EL/PL NQ+ Solicitor.
One of the city's most well regarded and Legal 500 recognized law firms have a fantastic new opening for an ambitious and driven NQ+ EL/PL Solicitor to join their award winning Casualty (EL/PL) department based out of their Liverpool city centre office. 
Working within a specialist casualty (ELPL) team, you will be working on behalf of their national clientele and local authorities on an array of public liability and employers liability (ELPL) claims from instruction through to completion. You will handle your cases through from the litigation process and be responsible also for a much smaller caseload of pre-litigated and litigated Industrial Disease matters, which will go hand in hand with your casualty caseload.
Ideally you will poses previous defendant EL/PL experience and have experience of dealing with some complex and more technical claims. You will be an NQ Solicitor+ (up to 3 yrs PQE) working as part of a reputable team. Although this position is working with a dedicated defendant unit, if you have a strong EL/PL claimant background, you are actively encouraged to apply as you will be given equal consideration.
You will be rewarded with a market leading salary alongside full company benefits, in line with your previous experience.
If you are a looking for a fresh challenge upon qualification or you are looking to expand on your skill set as part of a dedicated defendant EL/PL department in Liverpool then please apply today or contact Izzie Gilbert on 0161 207 2000.

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