Personal Injury Lawyer, Cardiff, NQ – 4 Years PQE - A fantastic opportunity for a Personal Injury Lawyer looking to secure a new role with a progressive law firm.
JOB TITLE: Personal Injury Lawyer
PQE REQUIRED: NQ-4 Years PQE
SALARY: Dependant on experience
A highly regarded law firm is keen to appoint a talented Personal Injury Lawyer to assist in developing the personal injury offerings within the South Wales market. The firm has identified the need for an additional Personal Injury Lawyer to deal with a full and varied caseload of personal injury related matters with a particular focus on consisting of data breaches and hearing loss claims.
The successful Personal Injury Lawyer will have a minimum of 6 months experience in dealing with a wide range personal injury matters. You will be required to effectively manage and progress your cases using a case management system therefore IT skills are essential coupled with excellent communication and organisational skills.
Our client, a highly reputable law firm winning excellent recommendations in Legal 500 and Chambers & Partners and recruiting new faces into the team. This thriving firm is keen to appoint a Personal Injury Lawyer to work on an existing caseload of personal injury matters within a well established department.
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