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Clinical Negligence Solicitor / Legal Executive

Clinical Negligence Solicitor / Legal Executive

  • We are currently recruiting for a Solicitor with solid claimant clinical negligence experience to join our busy Clinical Negligence Department on a full time basis in our Bristol office.
  • Dealing solely with clinical negligence cases you will be responsible for a caseload covering a variety of cases including complex, high value claims both pre and post issue.
  • It is essential you are a fully qualified Solicitor/FILEX or equivalent with experience of working on a clinical negligence litigated caseload.
  • You'll supervise within the group, under the direction of the group leader.
  • You will have good working knowledge of CPR and the law relating to clinical negligence and it would be an advantage to have experience in dealing with Legal Expense Insurance, publicly funded and conditional fee agreement arrangements.

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