Jade Boyle
Litigation Executive


Jade is an experienced Litigation Executive in Prettys Personal Injury and Insurance Services team, based in Ipswich.

Jade joined the personal injury team at Prettys in 2015 after 7 years at a regional law firm where she initially pursued claims for uninsured losses incurred in road traffic accidents and subsequently worked in a Court of Protection team assisting clients with brain injuries. 

Currently studying with CILEx Law School, Jade is an Associate member of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives.


Jade handles a wide range of personal injury matters including injuries resulting from road traffic accidents, accidents at work, and accidents that take place on public and private property. Handling a wide variety of cases including litigated matters, high-value injuries and cases involving children, Jade has a wide range of experience with personal injury claims.


  • Representing a minor who sustained dental injuries in a soft play centre that was not safe and adequate. 
  • Representing an elderly pedestrian who sustained injuries when she was hit by a vehicle while walking on a path.
  • Representing a client who was not provided with adequate equipment to carry out his job and subsequently incurred orthopaedic injuries to his hand with permanent ongoing symptoms. 
  • Representing a client who suffered injuries when a large item of furniture fell on top of him in a store. 
  • Representing a minor who suffered orthopaedic injuries to both arms due to an accident at school. 
  • Representing a client who sustained orthopaedic injuries and organ damage following an alleged assault.
  • Successfully pursuing the MIB on behalf of a client who sustained a fracture to her back following an accident with an untraced driver.


“Jade Boyle, my solicitor acted on behalf of me in instigating a personal injury claim. Jade was prompt, and efficient, providing all the information that I needed in order to make a decision on the award offered. I would not hesitate to recommend the services of my solicitor to anyone else in my position.” Review Solicitors, April 2023