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Laura Jackson

Chartered Legal Executive

T: 01225 459956 (DDI)
T: 01225 730 100
E: laura.jackson@roydswithyking.com

Laura joined our Personal Injury team in 2010 and has dealt with personal injury cases with the utmost sensitivity.



I found Laura to be very approachable, helpful and above all, professional. She dealt with my case championing all these attributes.
Royds Withy King client

About Laura

Laura studied Law at Bristol UWE and went on to qualify as a Chartered Legal Executive. She has specialised in personal injury claims throughout her career. Laura deals with a wide spectrum of high-value cases including employers’ liability, occupiers’ liability and road traffic accidents. Laura has extensive experience acting on behalf of clients who have suffered life-changing injuries and assists Louise Hart in CRPS cases and Stuart Brazington in brain and spinal injury cases.

Her personal injury experience includes:

  • personal injury claims relating to employers’ liability and occupiers’ liability
  • all aspects of road traffic accident claims
  • assisting clients with orthopaedic, chronic pain, brain and spinal injury claims.

Memberships :

Laura is a Chartered Legal Executive of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives (CILEx).

Injuries very often change clients’ lives and it is so rewarding helping them move forward. I enjoy talking with clients, understanding their needs and helping them through the litigation process. It is so satisfying achieving a successful result for clients.

Laura Jackson

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When is fatigue more than just being tired?

2 October 2019

Fatigue amongst those with brain injury is often misunderstood. Here, Laura Jackson explains the difference between feeling tired and having chronic fatigue as a result of brain injury.

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Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards were shown to be lacking in 2014 – proposed reforms can’t come soon enough

4 April 2018

Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards were proven to fail vulnerable people in 2014 – but nothing has changed. Planned reforms need to be made soon, argues Laura Jackson.

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How to claim for injuries (and losses) when you’re involved in a multi-car pile-up

27 September 2017

As we have seen recently, multi-car pile-ups resulting in catastrophic injuries or fatalities are all too common. So, what happens if you are injured in a crash such as this and want to pursue a compensation claim?

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Double hand transplants. When do the risks outweigh the benefits?

20 September 2016

The very first double hand transplant has taken place at Leeds Royal Infirmary, the UK’s centre for hand transplants. But although breakthroughs in transplant surgery will inevitably change the fortunes of many amputees, this type of pioneering science is not without its complications and its risks.

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