I qualified as a Solicitor in 1994 and have worked since in both London and Manchester in the field of personal injury law. In London, I worked at a prominent civil liberties firm working on serious injury cases, where I was also involved in the Public Inquiries into and cases arising from both the Southall and Paddington rail disasters which I attended on behalf of victims of disasters, survivors and families.
I joined Jefferies in 2001, becoming first a Partner in the Firm and thereafter a Director when the Partnership became a limited company. I now specialise in catastrophic injury claims acting on behalf of clients with acquired brain and other life-changing injuries. I have experience in implementing case management regimes and working with protected parties.
I have helped individuals with injuries ranging from mild cognitive difficulties to catastrophic brain injuries requiring 24-hour care and am experienced in the appointment of Case Managers and setting up rehabilitation regimes.
I am an APIL accredited senior litigator and have been accredited by the Law Society Personal Injury panel.
In March 2019, I was appointed as a Deputy District Judge on the Northern Circuit.
What Nina’s clients say…
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Bethany, November 2020
“Highly recommended our case was complex and 5 year long We were informed about all aspects, if we had a question it was answered ASAP if we didn’t understand it was explained. Nothing was too much trouble. Jefferies Solicitors / Nina / Josh and your whole team are spot on and thank you all so much for everything you have done for us. Take care and keep doing what you do 100%”
Tracey, October 2020
“I would go as far as saying that after a few months it didn’t feel like we were speaking to our solicitors but more like the shoulder of a trustworthy friend who was willing to put our minds at rest and guide us.
Not only were we impressed with the professional service but also the empathy and support that was provided.”
Tony, August 2020