Jammie Jackson has over 15 years of litigation experience. Jammie is admitted to practice with the New Jersey and Virginia State Bar Associations, as well as the Pennsylvania Bar Association. She is a member of the Camden County and Gloucester County bar associations. She devotes her current practice to litigating workers’ compensation and personal injury cases in the state of New Jersey.
Over the course of her career she has represented many employers and insurance companies, while working for a large national defense firm. She has keen insight into how insurance companies process claims. This knowledge coupled with her extensive trial experience and compassion for people help her work together to achieve the best results possible for her clients.
In addition Jammie has successfully argued before the Virginia and New Jersey Court of Appeals. Jammie graduated magna cum laude from Longwood University where she majored in political science and double minored in Spanish and communications. She achieved her juris doctor in 2002 from William and Mary School of Law where she was a member of the National Trial Team, National Moot Court Team and Virginia Trial Team.
Jammie has served on the board of directors for several non-profit organizations and institutions of higher learning; including Apple Ridge Farms, YWCA, William & Mary Law School Alumni Association and Longwood University. She is also actively involved in the Cornerstone Community Church in Millville, NJ.
Honors & Awards
- Trial Advocacy Award, Virginia Trial Lawyers Association, 2002
- Dean’s Certificate
- Order of the Barristers, 2002
- Navigating OSHA’s New Rule on Injury and Illness Reporting & Anti-Retaliation, Shore Human Resource Association of New Jersey, Atlantic City, NJ February 8, 2017
- Navigating OSHA’s New Rule on Injury and Illness Reporting & Anti-Retaliation, Human Resource Association of Southern New Jersey, Vineland NJ October 20, 2016
- Fundamentals of Workers’ Compensation, Sterling Education Services, Cherry Hill, NJ August 18, 2016
- Anatomy and Physiology 101 for Attorneys, National Business Institute, Cherry Hill, NJ October 29, 2015
- “The Never Ending Opioid Problem,” Workers’ Compensation Magazine, April/May 2016
- “Lessons from N.M. for N.J.: Can Marijuana be Considered Reasonable and Necessary Medical Treatment?,” Workers’ Compensation Institute, September 2, 2015
- “When the Smoke clears, Can Marijuana be Considered Reasonable and Necessary Medical Treatment? Lessons from New Mexico,” Defense Digest, Vol. 21, No.2, June 2015
- “Meeting the Proof Requirements Under the Anti-Fraud Provision of the Workers’ Compensation Act…An Uphill Battle or Climbing Mt. Everest?” Defense Digest, Vol. 18, No. 4, December 2012
- “Did You Really ‘Hire’ the Hired Help?” Defense Digest, Vol. 18, No. 4, December 2012
- “Don’t Stress Over Occupational Work-Related Stress Claims: The Requirements Have Not Changed,” New Jersey Law Journal, Vol. 202, No. 7, November 2010
- “By Reservation Only…Appellate Court Confirms Carrier’s Right to Reserve Defense of Lack of Coverage,” Defense Digest, Vol. 14, No. 3, September 2008