Under most construction contracts, the contractor takes on the ground conditions risk. However, a recent case has demonstrated that the risk can fall on the employer.
We are seeking to recruit a Legal Assistant on a 9 to 12 month maternity cover contract within our busy claimant personal injury and clinical negligence team.
The successful candidate will play a critical part in supporting and assisting the team in handling a variety of personal injury and clinical negligence work, ensuring cases are progressed in an effective and timely manner. The role will also involve assisting fee earners in handling our growing claims against public authorities caseload.
The ideal candidate will have some knowledge or experience of the litigation process and a willingness to engage with clients who have suffered harm and require our help. You will need to be able to handle competing and urgent deadlines, be organised and able to work to tight timescales. The successful candidate will be committed to providing high quality service to our clients, as well as being a strong team player.
This is a great opportunity for someone who is looking to join a firm that prides itself on being different and is well placed to offer you a satisfying and rewarding role within our well regarded and supportive team.
Anthony Collins Solicitors is an Equal Opportunities Employer
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