Personal Injury

Don't Panic! How to run a personal injury case in 2022

October 4th 2022

Virtual Seminar

Don't Panic! How to run a personal injury case in 2022

October 4th 2022

2 - 5pm

Speaker: Jennifer Thomson

Virtual Seminar

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£180+VAT

3hrs CPD

So you've been given your very own personal injury case as a trainee or NQ? What do you do now?

Jennifer will take you through a mock personal injury claim from both sides of the pursuer/defender divide.

This seminar will focus on:

  • Preliminary issues
  • Introduction to the Court process: ASPIC and beyond
  • Liability: the great question.
  • Common heads of claim and what to do with them: valuation, expert input, causation
  • Practical hints and tips for handling cases
  • Advocacy: an introduction
  • The event begins at 2pm. Delegate registration is open from 1:30pm.

    Jennifer is an experienced dispute resolution legal director. She is an accredited specialist in personal injury with the Law Society of Scotland.

    At Morton Fraser Jennifer specialises in high value cases, including those that are potentially sensitive, and cases requiring strategic input in view of her experience of catastrophic and complex claims.

    With over 15 years of experience in dispute resolution, Jennifer has extensive experience of reparation claims. She has a diverse case load covering the breadth of personal injury claims including asbestos-related and silicosis claims. She has particular experience of acting on behalf of public sector clients in mesothelioma claims.

    Jennifer also acts on behalf of public sector clients in relation to catastrophic injury claims following road traffic and industrial accidents.

    Jennifer has a particular interest and specialism in acting on behalf of public sector clients in historic sexual abuse claims, bullying and harassment claims, and other claims for psychiatric injury.

    Jennifer is experienced in advocacy and regularly represents clients in courtrooms across Scotland. She holds a Masters Degree in Advocacy from the University of Strathclyde (2015).

    Jennifer is also a member of the Law Society of Scotland and a Notary Public.