Attorney Jessica Olins Promoted to Partner Position at mctlaw


Mctlaw is honored to announce the promotion of attorney Jessica Olins to a partnership position with the Firm. Ms. Olins is an attorney in the firm’s vaccine injury compensation division. Jessica’s advancement is a testament to her outstanding legal achievements and commitment to her clients.  

Since joining mctlaw as an associate in 2016, Ms. Olins has become a respected leader within the firm and a distinguished litigator in the Court of Federal Claims. She is known for her intelligent and professional approach to complex vaccine injury cases, but it’s her tenacity that makes Jessica such a formidable counselor.  Her efforts have won clients high dollar awards from the Vaccine Injury Compensation Program, or VICP.

“Jessica Olins has represented her vaccine injury clients with unparalleled dedication over the years,” says Managing Partner Danielle Strait. “She displays the intellect, deep competence, and fearlessness that mctlaw attorneys are known for in the legal community.”

Ms. Olins contributes on a national level through her membership on the Board of Governors and as Pro Bono Program Liaison for the Court of Federal Claims Bar Association. Previously, she served two terms as President of the U.S. Court of Federal Claims Young Lawyers Division and currently acts as the Technology Director for the Vaccine Injured Petitioners Bar Association, frequently speaking on important legal topics.

Jessica earned her Bachelor of Science in Business from Redlands University and her Juris Doctor from American University Washington College of Law. She holds Bar admissions in the District of Columbia, Washington, and the U.S. Court of Federal Claims. Beyond her professional life, she enjoys kayaking, hiking, and camping with her two dogs, Haggis and Dalwhinnie.

Mctlaw is nationally recognized for its work in the United States Court of Federal Claims and the Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (VICP). In addition, the firm focuses on product liability, defective hip and knee replacements, kratom wrongful death lawsuits, and the representation of Native American tribes.

Jessica Olins, Partner
MCTLaw Sarasota office

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