Specialising in a wide variety of medical negligence – with particular expertise in pelvic floor issues, colorectal, gynaecology, urology, gastroenterology, surgical risk and procedure and claims involving consent issues – Jessica runs cases from inception to conclusion.
A compassionate and driven lawyer, Jessica also often represents clients who have had a mesh procedure such as TVT, rectopexy, sacrocolpopexy and colporrhaphy.
Having practised across a range of legal domains, including public liability, personal injury and as a defendant lawyer, Jessica offers her clients highly developed investigative and analytical skills that are vital to determining and proving medical negligence.
Specialising in litigation, Jessica’s main focus is to achieve the best results possible for her clients, to which end she identifies and works with experts to understand the specific medical issues involved in her cases.
As a former associate lecturer in legal ethics, Jessica is proud to work at Thompsons Solicitors because the firm always acts in the best interest of its clients and is focused on helping people rather than companies.
In her spare time, Jessica enjoys yoga and walking, is a speaking ambassador for Action Medical Research for Children and a trustee for the Counselling Life Advice Suicide Prevention (CLASP) charity.
Jessica’s case experience
Medical negligence claims: Jessica is the main Thompsons’ lawyer dealing with cases against Anthony Dixon, who has been suspended from his duties as a surgeon after dozens of patients lodged complaints regarding rectal mesh implants he had performed.