My job includes guiding clients through what can be an overwhelming process after suffering a life changing incident. I am dedicated to helping my clients receive appropriate compensation and have early access to rehabilitation in order to ensure they get the best quality of life.
Nimmisha advises clients on a wide spectrum of claims involving both physical and psychological injuries. Her expertise includes catastrophic road traffic accidents, fatal injury cases, accidents at work, criminal injuries and a variety of claims arising from clinical negligence.
She has a special interest in the evolving area of illegality in civil claims, specifically where mental health failures have resulted in the death of a third party. She has acted for families at inquests and in civil claims in this area of law.
Nimmisha is advising and representing some of those affected by the Grenfell Tower fire.
Having begun her career at a local advice centre, Nimmisha is passionate about access to justice and is a trustee for the South West London Law Centres.
Nimmisha has been at Russell-Cooke since 2012, qualifying in to the personal injury team in 2016.
Nimmisha Aslam is an excellent junior solicitor who is destined for great things. Easy to work with, approachable and committed to assisting injured people. Good instincts and excellent at assessing risk and managing claims for maximisation of outcomes.
- LE v Z (2022): the claimant received damages following unnecessary surgical procedures and steroid injections resulting in a serious wound infection.
- JG v Sahin (2021): the claimant, a cyclist recovered compensation following multiple injuries sustained in an accident including fracture to the knee, tinnitus and vertigo.
- X v St George’s University Hospitals NHS Trust (2020): £600,000 award for a delay in diagnosis of appendicitis
- EH v Dorset Healthcare University NHS Trust (2020): acting for the claimant in the Supreme Court decision on the defence of illegality in tort law
- NP v Fuller Smith & Turner Plc (2020): the claimant received compensation after falling down a flight of wet stairs at work, resulting in multiple injuries to her ankle, back and hand
- CD v GeoPost Holdings Ltd (2019): a 76 year old woman received compensation following a head injury in a road traffic accident whilst a pedestrian. (CD v GeoPost Holdings Ltd (2019) | Russell-Cooke)
- BW v Pametta Grant (2019): the claimant received compensation after suffering a complex tri-malleolar fracture of the left ankle in a road traffic accident necessitating two surgeries. (BW v Pametta Grant (2019) | Russell-Cooke)
- PAT (as personal representative of the estate of X, deceased) v Epsom and St Helier University hospitals NHS Trust (2017): representing the family of the deceased at an inquest following a suspected misplaced nasogastric tube. A successful clinical negligence claim was also pursued
- LB v Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust: the claimant received compensation having suffered burns to her thigh during a hip arthroscopy procedure. This resulted in permanent scarring
- AM v GL (2016): representing a client who suffered a fracture to her hand having been knocked off her bike in a road traffic accident
- S v Newcastle Airport Limited (1) and Boon Edam Limited (2) (2015): the claimant received compensation for a fractured femur after being knocked down by a revolving door
- SF v Expresspace Ltd T/As Sidney Hotel (2014): successfully represented an employee following an accident at work resulting in severe burn injuries
Excellent knowledge of the law and can identify the real issues in a case and focus on those to achieve the best outcomes for clients.
Member of the APIL (Association of Personal Injury Lawyers)