Jennifer is a Solicitor in Bolt Burdon Kemp’s specialist Military Claims department.
Jennifer is an accomplished litigator, assiduous in her pursuit of justice and is passionate about helping and supporting former and serving military personnel and their families through the most challenging of times. She represents those who have suffered profound and life-altering physical injuries and / or debilitating psychiatric harm arising from trauma caused by the negligence of others.
Jennifer works tirelessly to hold those who have wronged to account on behalf of clients and to prevent recurrence of catastrophic mishaps. She understands the niche nature of claims brought by serving personnel, veterans and their families and takes time to understand each client’s objectives on a case-by-case basis. Jennifer approaches negotiations with a pragmatic and logical mind and is fully committed to achieving the most favourable settlements on behalf of clients.
Jennifer has gained extensive experience representing bereaved families at Inquests and progressing civil claims arising. She is wholly committed to ensuring bereaved families who have experienced the unexpected and tragic loss of a loved one, are fully supported through legal proceedings. Jennifer’s experience includes involvement in a high-profile Inquest of significant public interest in which she was part of a team representing the family of a 15-year-old girl who suffered a fatal anaphylactic reaction. Natasha’s Law came into force in the UK in October 2021 and has ensured enhanced legislative protection for the allergic community.
Jennifer’s experience has also encompassed a variety of complex and catastrophic personal injury claims concerning defective medical devices. She has successfully brought group actions on behalf of those who suffered disastrous injuries following the implantation of metal-on-metal hip devices.
Jennifer was previously appointed Team Leader for the United Nations Global Initiative to Fight Trafficking (UN:GIFT) project in which she conducted research on behalf of the United Nations and UK charity, Stop the Traffik.
- The Law Society of England & Wales
- The Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL)