Private Practice

Asbestos Related Disease

Asbestos Related Disease

  • Irwin Mitchell are currently seeking a Solicitor to join the Asbestos Related Disease team in our Birmingham office
  • The team deals purely with asbestos disease claims, mainly mesothelioma, with a high percentage of litigated cases
  • You’ll lead the investigation and litigation on complex cases, working as part of a team to maximise client damages
  • Candidates must have personal injury litigation experience, ideally in asbestos related disease or general disease cases
  • You must also have excellent client care and interpersonal skills, operating with integrity, empathy and intuition

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