Posted 3 years ago by aequitaslegal
Are you a person who knows exactly what they want? Are you a visionary? Are you full of ideas but no one is listening? Do you love what you are doing? If you answer yes to any of these questions, Aequitas Legal wants to hear all about you.
What about those of you who answer no to some, or all of those questions?
Do you feel as though you have no idea where your career is heading? Do you feel drained and exhausted? Do you feel unappreciated at work, regardless of what you get paid? Do you struggle to get out of bed on a work-day? Believe it or not, Aequitas Legal still wants to hear from you.
At Aequitas Legal, we believe that every person has the potential to be a huge asset. How? By enjoying what you do. We work most of our lives and let’s face it, most of us work to live, not live to work. That doesn’t mean that we shouldn’t have fun at work and enjoy what we do, does it? Of course not!
Aequitas Legal listens to its staff. If you are not enjoying your job, there is something wrong and we will listen to see if we can put that right. We strive to make sure our staff enjoy their job and we genuinely believe that investment in our employees is critical to the success of Aequitas Legal.
Are you intrigued? Then ask yourself this question – “What do you really want out of your job?” Only you know the answer but Aequitas Legal will try to give you the passion and tools to make it a reality. But only you can take the first step.
While we may not be actively recruiting at the time you are looking at us, Aequitas Legal always wants to hear from people whose imagination has been stirred. Contact us in confidence with a CV and a bit about yourself. Grades and qualifications are important but they tell us nothing about you as a person, so tell us…
Email your details over to email@example.com
Matthew qualified as a Solicitor in 2009 and has worked in the personal injury field ever since, working in most areas of personal injury work. He has substantial experience in dealing with accidents in the workplace and accidents in public. He also heads up the Travel Claims Department which deals with accidents abroad in many areas such as road traffic accidents, package holiday accidents, cruise ship holidays and accidents on an aircraft.
Matthew has worked on and continues to work on claims of significant value. His most memorable settlements have been:
• Accident at work settling for £240,000.00 in which an individual employed as an engineer for Go-Ahead London Buses had his tibia and fibula broken as a result of a bus driver reversing over his leg whilst he was repairing the bus. The individual was left with permanent mobility problems and was unable to return to employment with the company.
• Recovered £50,000.00 for a lady who slipped on ice in the car park of a Co-operative store in Carlisle in which she fractured her right ankle. The Claimant was unemployed at the time of her accident and therefore the vast majority of her damages comprised of damages for personal injury compensation in addition to carer’s and treatment/rehabilitation costs.
• Occupiers claim in which two individuals slipped on foil confetti at an event at Blackpool Tower Ballroom in which one of the individuals suffered a fractured jaw and the other a fractured elbow. The case was disputed close to Trial before a settlement of £29,000 was agreed. Neither of the individuals required time off work, however, they did receive compensation for care they required post-accident in addition to injury.
Matthew is passionate about building a relationship with each of his clients in order to meet their expectations and understand them. having worked at the firm since it was established, his dedication to his work and customer service is unquestionable.
Rachel has over 20 years’ experience in law and prior to moving to Aequitas Legal had been with Pannone Solicitors for fourteen years spending the final five years in the role of a Quality and Supplier Manager.
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