Jessica has expertise in a wide range of medical negligence – particularly those involving gynaecology, pelvic floor issues, gastroenterology, urology, colorectal, surgical risk and procedure and claims entailing consent issues – and leads cases from beginning to end.
Driven and compassionate, Jessica also represents clients after having a mesh procedure such as rectopexy, colporrhaphy and sacrocolpopexy.
Having gained experience across a number of legal domains, including personal injury, public liability and as a defendant lawyer, Jessica provides her clients with the keen analytical and investigative skills essential to ascertaining and demonstrating medical negligence.
Specialising in litigation, Jessica’s primary goal is to gain the best results for her clients. In order to do so, Jessica locates and collaborates with medical experts to gain insight into the issues connected to her clients’ cases.
A former associate legal ethics lecturer, Jessica enjoys working at Thompsons because of the firm’s commitment to only ever acting in the interests of ordinary people.
When not working, Jessica likes to spend time practising yoga and walking. Jessica is also a trustee for the Counselling Life Advice Suicide Prevention (CLASP) charity and a speaking ambassador for Action Medical Research for Children.
Jessica’s case experience
Medical negligence claims: Jessica is Thompsons’ main lawyer for cases against surgeon Anthony Dixon, who has been suspended from duties following complaints from dozens of his patients who have received rectal mesh implants.