Private Practice

Claims Solutions Solicitor

Claims Solutions Solicitor

  • Working on casualty matters, your caseload will be primarily public liability and employers liability cases.
  • You'll handle a varied caseload of litigated work, covering the above types of claim, with an appropriate level of supervision.
  • You must aim to achieve a minimum budgeted annual target of 1440 chargeable hours per year.
  • You mut be a FILEX/solicitor with a demonstrable interest or previous experience in the practice area.
  • Expertise in fraud is beneficial but not essential, as the successful candidate will be fully trained in dealing with fraud cases.

DAC Beachcroft LLP

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