Jodi Newton > Osbornes > London, England > Lawyer Profile


Work Department

Medical Negligence


Associate Solicitor


Jodi is a highly experienced dedicated clinical negligence solicitor with 20 years’ experience. She was appointed in June 2021 as an AvMA  (Action against Medical Accidents) Clinical Negligence Panel member, as well as gaining the Law Society panel membership. She is a dedicated supporter of AvMA, her work with them included volunteering on their helpline.

She is a specialist in handling clinical negligence claims and has developed a specialism in birth negligence cases relating to life-changing injuries including clients with Cerebral Palsy and Erb’s palsy injuries.

Jodi is recognised by her peers as someone who is adept at handling complex and sensitive matter with empathy and confidence. She is committed to ensuring her clients receive the very best packages for life-long care and support.

During her career, Jodi has dealt with a broad variety of complex cases including misdiagnosis leading to amputations and DVT, cancer misdiagnosis, spinal injuries, nursing errors, gynaecological injuries, plastic surgery errors, and organ transplant surgery. She has wide experience of inquests.

She has been successful in securing significant levels of damages for her clients who have suffered serious negligence and is skilled at negotiating settlements and in navigating the court process.

Jodi is recognised by the Legal 500 Legal Directory and is an APIL (Association of Personal Injury Lawyers) accredited Senior Litigator.

She has recently joined the Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence Editorial Board of a leading legal online legal publisher.

Jodi has appeared on the BBC news discussing a successful inquest which led to changes in NHS Trust protocols relating to diagnosis of DVTs. She also appeared on the BBC and ITV news to contribute commentary on her case involving a client who had received an infected transplanted kidney. Those cases also appeared in the national press.

Jodi graduated with a law degree from the University of Manchester and began her career with Bolt Burden Kemp before moving to RIAA Barker Gillette where she spent 11 years and headed the firm’s medical negligence and personal injury department.


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Lawyer Rankings

London > Insurance > Clinical negligence: claimant

Stephanie Prior, leading spokesperson on the high profile maternity scandal cases involving many NHS Trusts and head of the clinical negligence offering at Osbornes, is described as having ‘superb judgement and a medical knowledge that is second to none’. The team’s workload has particular emphasis on fatal claims; misdiagnoses and failure to diagnose; birth injuries; child and adult obstetric injuries; and ophthalmic claims. In addition, the team has a specialism in spinal injury work, with Ben Posford being described as the ‘undisputed powerhouse’ of cauda equina cases. The team also has a clear focus on diversity and inclusion, with fifty percent of its partners being female. It is also standout for its proportion of bilingual fee-earners and its resultant ability to comfortably assist clients for whom English is not their first language. Jodi Newton, described as a ‘true specialist’ and ‘star in the making’, is developing a reputation for her expertise in cases involving both cerebral palsy and childbirth issues.