Thomas Jervis is an internationally recognised leading consumer lawyer. He regularly pursues cases of the highest value and complexity against well-known multinational companies and government bodies. Thomas is an expert in consumer law, product liability, personal injury (including brain and spinal injury cases), inquests / coronial law, cross-jurisdictional disputes, clinical negligence, insurance law, contract disputes, professional negligence and dispute resolution. He regularly features in the national media on cases of public importance.
Thomas joined Leigh Day in 2007. His notable case examples include: the death of Owen Carey (involving Byron Burger), the death of Natasha Ednan-Laperouse (Pret-a-Manger and British Airways), the Shepherd’s Bush Tower Block Fire Group Litigation, the Corin Metal-on-Metal Hip Litigation, Oculentis intraocular lens litigation, Myodil, Whirlpool Litigation (dishwashers, fridge freezers, tumble dryers), Beko Litigation (fridge-freezers, tumble dryers), Medtronic Litigation, TGN1412 Clinical Drug Trial, Buncefield Explosion, Porton Down Veterans Litigation, Trafigura v Motto.
APIL, Litigator Status