Senior Legal Executive of Serious Injuries, Jacqui works from Thompsons Solicitors’ Bristol office and is part of the Personal Injury Team for the south west of England.

Specialising in serious injury claims, Jacqui’s caseload includes litigation for amputations, brain and spinal injuries and fatal accidents.

Jacqui provides first class representation for clients who have been injured at work, in road traffic accidents and for those needing expertise in claims pertaining to public or employer liability.

A kind and resolute legal executive with more than 15 years’ experience, Jacqui’s focus is to deliver the best possible compensation and rehabilitation for her clients, many of who have suffered life-changing injuries or a coping with a bereavement.

Jacqui’s regular duties involve organising specialist rehabilitation for her clients as quickly as possible, contacting a wide array experts to support cases and securing advance interim payments for clients experiencing financial difficulties or needing rehabilitation.

Jacqui is proud to work at Thompsons because the firm fights for workers’ rights, only represents claimants and supports the trade union movement.

When not at work, Jacqui enjoys being a mum, going to restaurants, keeping fit and travelling.


Accident at work claim: Jacqui’s client was operating a packaging machine at work when it collapsed onto his hand. The accident led to the man having three of his fingers partially amputated. He had to spend a year off work recovering and the type of manual work he could undertake was permanently limited. Following an instruction from the man’s trade union to Thompsons to initiate proceedings for a serious injury claim, Jacqui secured a substantial compensation package for her client. The compensation covered his lost earnings as well as the cost of a private prosthesis and an automatic car.

Accident at work claim: After falling from a ladder at work, Jacqui’s client suffered a life-changing brain injury that meant he could not return to work. The employer required Jacqui’s client to use the ladder to access a roof while carrying equipment and had not erected a scaffold. The ladder was also found to be in a substandard state and had not been secured. The defendant adamantly denied liability, however Jacqui secured compensation for her client after initiating court proceedings.