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Claimant Industrial Disease NQ+ Solicitor

Job description

Well established City firm seeks NQ+ Solicitor to join their highly rated Claimant Industrial Disease team in London.

Our client is a highly respected firm characterised by a values led culture based on helping to transform the lives of their clients.

The firm is now looking for a solicitor with either industrial disease experience or a background in claimant PI and/or clinical negligence work. You will handle a busy caseload of disease cases including mesothelioma, asbestos, lung cancer and pleural thickening claims on behalf of Claimants. The role will also include working alongside senior colleagues on larger and more complex cases which frequently result in £multi-million settlements.

The firm is looking for a solicitor, either an NQ (recently qualified or due to qualify in 2024) or a solicitor with some post qualified experience in industrial disease, claimant PI, catastrophic injury or clinical negligence but with an interest in focusing on disease work.

This is an excellent role in a robust, well managed firm offering challenging case work from the outset and clear opportunities to progress your own career whilst making a real a difference to vulnerable people's lives.

Fore more details or to apply please contact Jon on 07391 052388 or email via

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