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Personal Injury Legal Advisor - Noise Induced Hearing Loss

Published 2017-08-07 20:25:23

Cardiff , Wales.
Permanent Start : ASAP Experience : Expected Salary : £27,000 - £35,000

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Personal Injury Legal Advisor - Noise Induced Hearing Loss Cardiff £27,000 – £35,000 NIHL Legal Advisor A Noise Induced Hearing Loss Legal Advisor is wanted for an excellent opportunity with a highly regarded law firm based in Cardiff My client is an awarding winning, national law firm with a fantastic reputation in the market. Due to continued growth and expansion they are looking to recruit a number of NIHL Legal Advisors to handle a caseload of 200 pre litigated and litigated NIHL files. Duties will include drafting letter of claim, document and letter creation, review of medical records, collation of special damages, collation of medical evidence & submission of full details. To be considered for this role you will have a minimum 1 years’ Industrial Disease experience. This is an excellent Cardiff based NIHL Legal Advisor role offering an excellent competitive salary and training and development package. My Client is one of the UK’s Leading Personal Injury Specialists who have established themselves an enviable reputation throughout the region. This is an excellent opportunity to showcase your abilities within a firm who offer a fantastic training and development programme. Don’t miss out send your CV today for immediate consideration.Please contact Jack Smith, Legal Recruitment Consultant, to discuss the role in more detail or apply through the vacancy for immediate consideration. Douglas Scott are a legal recruitment expert and the UK’s leading law firms trust us with their legal vacancies. You can therefore apply for our London legal jobs with confidence. We are a regulated recruitment consultancy and will discuss this role and seek your approval before submitting an application directly to the decision maker.
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