Private Practice

Asbestos-Related Disease Solicitor

Asbestos-Related Disease Solicitor

  • About the team: The team deals purely with asbestos disease claims, mainly mesothelioma, with a high percentage of litigated cases being dealt with on an expedited basis in the High Court. The work requires very strong technical skills.
  • About the role: As a member of the team, you will play an integral role in the growth of the team. You’ll lead the investigation and litigation on complex cases, working as part of a team to maximise client damages and optimise costs recovery.
  • Looking for: You should have Personal Injury litigation experience ideally in Asbestos Related Disease or general disease cases, but this is not essential.
  • Opportunities: This is an exciting opportunity to join our Asbestos Related Disease team. We have successfully pursued many landmark legal case judgements.
  • And more: We also work with our clients and their families to ensure all of their rehabilitation needs, care needs and treatment programmes are met.

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