Private Practice

Insurance Solicitor

Insurance Solicitor

  • About the Firm: DWF became the largest global listed legal business in March 2019. Our purpose remains to transform legal services through our people for our clients with a vision of growing our international footprint over the following years.
  • About the role: DWF is seeking to recruit a Solicitor to join the nationally recognised general insurance team, based in Scotland (Glasgow or Edinburgh).
  • Looking For: We are looking to secure your expertise and strong academics. You may be either newly qualified or have some post qualification experience of handling defendant EL and PL, RTA personal injury and property damage matters and experience of working within a busy commercial environment, handling a varied caseload.
  • Opportunities: You will have the opportunity to act for large insurer clients, in addition to retail, transport and public sector clients. We defend personal injury litigated claims employers’ liability cases, claims for occupational stress, bullying and harassment and catastrophic loss. We also defend a variety of motor related claims including personal injury and property damage.
  • And more: You will be a team player with strong communication skills and attention to detail.


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