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Jill Greenfield

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Brain injury, spinal injury and catastrophic injury



Jill Greenfield specialises in high value claims involving brain damage, spinal cord injury, serious orthopaedic injury and fatalities. Her cases are as a result of RTA's, accidents at work, occupier's liability cases and other sometimes unusual cases. She is well used to dealing with complex liability and quantum arguments. "She has few equals in getting results" is one comment from within the industry.

Jill has a particular expertise in Neurotrauma cases and understands clearly the issues and works closely with the family and rehabilitation team to ensure that the injured victim is able to regain their sense of dignity and to retain a sense of purpose in life.

She is currently running the Godstone Farm litigation, for over 30 children who suffer the serious consequences of exposure to E Coli 0157. She has won at trial the highest award for a victim of rape, Amanda Lawson v The Estate of Christopher Dawes and has been recognised as a leading expert in the field of personal injury work for many years. Jill was instrumental in the high profile pro bono campaign for British Victims of Terrorism abroad which led to the introduction of a new scheme being put in place by the UK Government to provide financial support for Britons involved in terrorist atrocities whilst abroad (something that had not previously existed).

Cases come to Jill by way of personal recommendation from other lawyers, medical experts, existing and past clients and generally from knowing of Jill's reputation.

Learn more about Solicitor Jill Greenfield.

London: Insurance

Personal injury: claimant

Within: Leading individuals

Jill Greenfield - Fieldfisher

Within: Personal injury: claimant

Fieldfisher is 'one of the best firms' in this area and takes on high-value and cross-border claims. The firm’s overall 'level of service is excellent' and it adopts a 'tactical approach to resolve issues very quickly'. It recently handled a number of high-profile cases, including the first English civil claim against the Weinstein Corporation and Harvey Weinstein personally on behalf of a client who alleged sexual assault. In other work, it is representing victims of the Finsbury Park terrorist attack. The team, which is 'dedicated to achieving the best results for its clients', is headed by Paul McNeil; the 'tenacious' Jill Greenfield leads the serious injury team and is 'the person to call on for any difficult case'; and the 'meticulous' Jennifer Buchanan has 'a superb eye for detail' and is an 'aggressive and effective litigator'. Other notable individuals are the 'very experienced' Peter Williams, Dushal Mehta and Andrew Morgan, who are 'exceptional lawyers' and have 'excellent client-handling skills'.

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