Jasmine has a particular expertise in military personal injury, in both the civil and statutory scheme arena, and regularly represents injured armed forces men and women at the War Pensions Tribunal.
Jasmine is particularly experienced at representing clients who are suffering from the psychological effects caused as result of their service, as well as those who have sustained injuries including for example, gunshot wounds, spinal injuries, chronic pain, compartment syndrome and amputation.
A significant element of Jasmine’s practice is CICA work, which she has undertaken from the very start of her career. Jasmine is particularly aware of the complexities of the scheme and the case law which supports the same, she regularly represents appellants who come up against an array of issues, in some of the most serious and life changing cases one can encounter, including for example, historical sexual abuse, PTSD, burns, and severe brain injury requiring 24 hour care.
The remaining strand of Jasmine’s Personal Injury practice relates to injury occasioned by abuse.
Jasmine’s interest in this area, initially flowed from her CICA and Military work which afforded her the opportunity and pleasure of representing those who had, as victims of violent crimes, via the wrongs of others or by service, sustained the most severe psychological trauma, her experience in this area is growing at a pace and she is currently junior on a historical abuse in football matter, representing over a dozen Claimants.