Clinical / Medical Negligence Lawyer

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.Are you an experienced Clinical / Medical Negligence Lawyer looking for a new opportunity at a Regional leading law firm? This is what you’ll be doing This role can be worked from Cardiff with homeworking and you will manage a case load of claimant matters, both multi-track and high court pre and post litigated cases. Examples of cases you will be dealing with include, but are not limited to: amputation, birth injury, misdiagnosis, spinal injuries, cerebral palsy etc. The experience you’ll bring to the team Ideally 3+years post qualification experience (as a guide only) Experience within clinical negligence is essential (claimant or defendant will be considered) Strong academics And this is what you’ll get in return Real career progression opportunities to Directorship A work/life balance A bonus Scheme Are you up to the challenge? If you believe that you have the skills and experience for this role please get in touch with Daniel Mason at your earliest convenience on or   We also offer a referral scheme for any candidates whose details are passed to us that we successfully place. *Please note, whilst we do our best to contact all candidates, due to the high number of applications we receive we cannot guarantee this for every role. If you have not heard anything from us within 7 days of applying - then unfortunately you have been unsuccessful. Please keep an eye on our website for more opportunities.* By signing up for Job Alerts, you are agreeing to our Terms of Use The Shell, Anchor Court, Cardiff CF24 5JW

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