Ann-Marie has worked at Thompsons for more than 31 years and qualified as a solicitor 15 years ago. She is a senior lawyer based in the firm’s London office.

Ann-Marie handles a caseload of complex, high-value claims arising from accidents and injuries at work, on the roads and for families of the bereaved. She has experience of investigating and pursuing claims for injuries ranging from fractures, strains, sprains and psychiatric injuries, as well as acting for victims of sexual assault. Ann-Marie has particular experience of pursuing claims on behalf of bereaved families following fatal accidents. She has experience of pursuing industrial disease claims and advises in claims arising from work-related stress.

Ann-Marie has always worked for, and been committed to working only for, the victims of injury, which aligns with her personal values in support of individuals not corporations.

Ann-Marie is kept busy by her two teenagers, but in her spare time enjoys cooking, reading and travelling.


Ann-Marie's case experience 

  • Acted for five members of the same family, including two children, who had been either injured or bereaved in a road traffic accident which killed two family members and caused serious injuries - including severe scarring and psychological injuries to the survivors.
  • Secured a six-figure sum for a paramedic who suffered a significant shoulder injury in an accident at work and was unable to continue working.
  • Settled a case for six figures for an NHS employee who slipped at work and suffered a serious injury to her back.
  • After the employer’s insurer denied liability, Ann-Marie secured just under £60,000 for an operation assistant. He suffered a range of symptoms after his arm struck tray full of syringes which had not been put back properly on top of a trolley by the anaesthetist.