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Jane Brooker

Chartered Legal Executive

Direct Dial:

01476 539 828





Autumn Park Business Centre, Dysart Road, GRANTHAM

Jane is a highly regarded civil litigator with 18 years’ experience as a claimant advocate and 12 years PQE. The core of her caseload covers people who have experienced accidents at work, in public places or have been injured following a car accident. She has significant experience in acting for individuals who have suffered catastrophic injuries.


She loves her work, has a high level of attention to detail and a commitment to providing those she represents with a quality service.


She has particular expertise in acting for clients who have suffered psychiatric damage because of data protection breaches by the NHS, CPS and local authorities. These claims include breaches of the Misuse of Information Act, Breach of Human Rights Act (Article 8 European Convention on Human Rights), and the NHS (Venereal Diseases) Regulations.


In 2017 she established the Lincolnshire branch of CILEx which launches in April 2018 with Jane as Chair.


In her spare time, Jane undertakes voluntary work for the Bar Pro Bono Unit specialising in housing disputes and immigration.


Professional information

Chartered Legal Executive (2004)

Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives




Notable cases



  • Represented a client at trial who had been badly burned by a hot stone massage treatment. Jane secured more than double the damages offered by the spa owners.


  • Represented a satellite engineer involved in a road traffic accident. The episode left him so traumatised he was unable to drive and subsequently lost his job. The client was awarded £80,000 in damages.


  • Represented a child who broke his arm following a collision with another child at a sports class held in a sports centre owned by a district council.


  • Won damages for an independent contractor against a property company. Our client was re-glazing a house. He broke several bones and was off work for over two months. the property company argued that as he was self-employed, they were not liable. we successfully argued that whilst there was no contract of employment in place, the site was the responsibility of the defendant who had a duty of care to all people working on the site.


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