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30 days ago
Thornton Legal
Salary: £18000 - £23000 per annum
Location: Liverpool, Birkenhead
Job type: Permanent
Job sector: Private Practice
Experience: Any or N/A
Contact: Nick Tappin
Sector: Personal Injury, PFI/PPP, Banking and Finance Litigation, Civil Litigation
Category: Caseworker Jobs, Claims Handler Jobs, Legal Assistant Jobs, Paralegal Jobs

A well-known Liverpool based law firm is looking to hire a Legal Assistant to help deal with a mixed caseload of civil litigation claims including:

Personal Injury

Financial Mis selling

Housing Disrepair

Previous experience of or more of these types of claims is essential. The firm is well known in the industry and employs over 30 people from their Liverpool city centre office.

They are willing to pay up to £23,000 for the role.

The firm is an industry leading expert in all types of mis selling claims including:

Pay day loans

Mortgages

Pensions

Cavity Walls

Investments

Timeshares

Personal Injury Paralegals or Legal Assistants looking to broaden their skillsets to include mis selling and housing disrepair claims are urged to apply.

Joining this thriving firm, you'll be encouraged to develop your career further whilst utilising your expertise within a professional and productive working environment.

Stated PQE and salary levels are for guidance only. All applications demonstrating the skills necessary to fulfil the role will be considered

If you are interested in this opportunity, please apply through the advert or contact Nick Tappin at Thornton Legal directly. All applications treated in strictest confidence.

Thornton Legal has strong relationships with law firms of all sizes and specialisms in the North West. We help build the careers of Solicitors, Paralegals and Legal Assistants across a broad range of experience levels and we would be delighted to work with you now or in the future.


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