Private Practice
  • Irwin Mitchell are currently seeking experienced paralegals/solicitors to work within our IMe Law Limited business
  • You will be part of the Motor department in our Sheffield offices, handling cases that have been sent by esure
  • The role will involve ownership of a caseload of claims from retention to settlement and processing new instructions
  • Ideally, applicants will have prior experience handling MOJ claims in a similar role or a customer service environment
  • Candidates must be confident, self-motivated and possess excellent written and oral communication skills

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