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Solicitor Motor & Casualty Solicitor

Solicitor Motor & Casualty Solicitor

  • About the Firm: Originally established in 1969 Horwich Farrelly has grown to become one of the leading providers of legal and handling services to the UK general insurance claims sector.
  • About the role: We are currently recruiting for a Solicitor to work within the Large and Complex Loss department in our Liverpool Office
  • Looking For: We are looking to secure your essential strong organisational skills; litigation experience; personal injury experience – essential; and experience of communicating with clients and maintaining strong relationships – essential.
  • Opportunities: The opportunities afforded to you will include, but not be limited to, assisting Partners on the day to day running of their files to include reviewing evidence, drafting correspondence, court documents; and managing court timetables and ensuring all court dates are diarised.
  • And more: This is a great opportunity for someone to develop their legal skills and progress within Horwich Farrelly.

Horwich Farrelly Solicitors

Originally established in 1969 Horwich Farrelly has grown to become one of the leading providers of legal and handling services to the UK general insurance claims sector.

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