4988 jobs - 747 added today
164772 registered Jobseekers
Recruiting? Call us on 01772 639042
Email me jobs relevant to my job search
2 months ago
Douglas Scott Legal Recruitment
Salary: £20000.00 - £25000.00 per annum + Good Package
Location: Nottingham
Job type: Permanent
Job sector: Private Practice
Experience: Any or N/A
Contact: Stephen Hunt
Sector: Personal Injury
Category: Paralegal Jobs

Personal Injury - Litigation Paralegal - Nottingham - East Midlands

The successful candidate will join this leading defendant personal injury team and be given full responsibility for defending litigated motor claims. On offer is a competitive salary and benefits package.

If you are looking for an opportunity to join a leading national practice in Nottingham where you will be provided with a busy caseload of small claims and fast track motor claims that will include a variation of work, multiple defendants and more then please apply. Cases will mainly be fixed fees and you will work on behalf of insurance companies and self insured clients. You will also have the opportunity to assist the senior solicitors in the team on their higher value/complex claims.

Ideally you will have minimum 12 months of experience in handling litigated motor claims. At this firm you will be able to build upon your existing experience and develop your career in a friendly yet commercially driven team. If you have litigated motor experience from a claimaint background and have interest in crossing over to defendant practice, you are encourgared to apply.

Please contact Stephen Hunt for more information/ stephen@douglas-scott.co.uk OR apply now for immediate consideration!

Douglas Scott is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.

Here are some similar jobs for you to consider...

28 days ago
only 7 hours until close
Litigation Lawyer
£40k - £50k
11 days ago
only 2 days until close
Litigation Solicitor
£60k - £70k
11 days ago
only 17 days until close
Family Legal Secretary/PA
£20k - £25k

Email me jobs relevant to my job search

  Back to the top