Private Practice

Motor Legal Defence Solicitor/FCILEx

Motor Legal Defence Solicitor/FCILEx

  • Motor Legal Defence Solicitor/FCILEx
  • Your main responsibilities would be leading our motor crime offering to our insurer clients
  • handling a caseload of MLD files, providing advice to clients
  • attending police interviews and attending court when required.
  • Excellent salary, benefits and work/life balance.

Lyons Davidson Limited

Lyons Davidson Solicitors offers a full range of legal services to individuals, families and businesses around the UK.

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