Private Practice

NQ Solicitor - Real Eatste

NQ Solicitor - Real Eatste

  • The role is to work within the Commercial & Household Recoveries team.
  • You will obtain witness statements; contacting relevant parties to obtain salient documents.
  • You will handle negotiating quantum and settlement of damages with third parties.
  • You will be change oriented, with a positive, flexible approach towards the implementation of new initiatives
  • You will be team orientated, with a willingness to share knowledge with and support other members of the team.

DAC Beachcroft LLP

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