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13 days ago
Bygott Biggs
Salary band: £30k - £40k
Location: East Midlands, Nottinghamshire, Nottingham
Job type: Permanent
Job sector: Private Practice
Experience: Any or N/A
Contact: Richard
Sector: Personal Injury, Employers Liability
Category: Lawyer Jobs, Legal Executive Jobs, Paralegal Jobs, Solicitor Jobs

This medium sized legal 500 law firm based in Nottingham now seeks to recruit a Personal Injury Fee Earner.

The team consists of three Directors, two Associates, a Chartered Legal Executive, and a Trainee Solicitor carrying out personal injury work mainly for claimants.

You must have knowledge of the Personal Injury Protocol for Low Value Personal Injury (Employers Liability and Public Liability) claims and an understanding of the CPR.

Working as part of the team, you will handle EL/PL claims from start to finish with minimal supervision.

This role would ideally suit a Chartered Legal Executive or experienced PI Fee Earner.

For further information on this and other exciting opportunities, or to discuss your situation in complete confidence, please contact Richard at Bygott Biggs.

At Bygott Biggs our aim has always been to provide a more personal service and everyone here believes that recruitment should be about building long-term relationships with clients and candidates alike. Our reputation has been built on the fact that we provide an efficient and professional service but are not afraid to give straight forward, straight talking advice.

The above PQE is expressed as a guideline only. We are happy to hear from anyone who can demonstrate the necessary skills and knowledge in order to fulfil this role.

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