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Industrial Disease Solicitor

Industrial Disease Solicitor

Posted 15 March by Douglas Scott Legal Recruitment Easy Apply Ended

Industrial Disease Solicitor - 4 years PQE - Slough

This leading law firm has an exciting opportunity for a Solicitor (4 years+) to join their established and expanding Industrial Disease team.

The client is looking for a talented and ambitious solicitor to work on a number of claims that consist of Noise Induced Hearing, Vibration White Finger and Asbestos-Related disease claims.

The firm is ideally looking for someone that has a claimant background, and managerial experience (although this is not essential).

This opportunity has become available due to the growth of this successful department, in return the clients offers a fantastic salary and benefit package!

My client has been at the forefront of group action litigation for over 25 years and have an enviable reputation. The firm is currently around twenty major group actions representing claimants across the UK.

The firm and its lawyers have been consistently ranked in the top tiers in both Chambers UK Guide and the Legal 500 for personal injury and is a UK leader in the field of environmental litigation.

This is an excellent opportunity to develop your career with a leading UK firm.

Please contact Francesca Turner, Recruitment Consultant, to discuss the role in more detail or apply through the vacancy for immediate consideration.

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Required skills

  • Asbestos
  • Industrial Disease
  • Noise Induced Hearing Loss
  • Vibration White Finger

Reference: 34695528

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