PI, Catastrophic Injury Lawyer

  • Job Reference: W/25558
  • Date Posted: 3 July 2019
  • Recruiter: AlfordandBishop
  • Location: Kent
  • Salary: £35,000 to £43,000
  • Bonus/Benefits: Attractive Package
  • Sector: PI & Clinical Negligence, Clinical Negligence
  • Job Type: Permanent
  • Duration: n/a
  • Work Hours: Full Time

Job Description

PI, Catastrophic Injury Lawyer
Kent
£35,000 - £43,000

PI, Catastrophic Injury Lawyer -  Our clients, a Legal 500 ranked regional practice that are renowned for their creative techniques in delivering legal services that are tailored for their clients are now seeking a further 2+ PQE personal injury lawyer to join the growing team at their Kent office.

About the Role
The claims team has established a reputation as one of the leaders in the South for specialising in brain and catastrophic injury claims. You will be working among a team of experts in their field, managing a busy caseload of injury claims. This includes:
-        RTA
-        Accidents at work
-        Accidents abroad
-        Criminal injuries
-        Medical & professional negligence
-        Accidents causing death
-        Aviation accidents

Candidate Requirements
You will need at least 2 years relevant experience in personally injury work and the ability to continue delivering excellent client care standards, further developing the sterling reputation they have achieved. A personable approach and strong IT skills are also needed, any experience of case management software would be desirable.

On offer
On offer is a competitive salary, an excellent benefits package and the opportunity to work at the highest level within the personal injury sector. Long term career development prospects with the firm are second to none. Please contact Gavin Sladden, Andrew Bishop or submit your CV as directed below. All applications are dealt with in the strictest of confidence and firms will not be approached without your consent. Please note that our advertisements use PQE levels and salary levels purely as a guide.