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Hodge Jones & Allen

Work Department

Medical Negligence


Nina, formerly a qualified cardiology nurse, is now a senior partner with extensive experience of a variety of medical negligence cases ranging from maximum severity/high value claims including brain and spinal injury to claims of more moderate value but with equally and sometimes more complex medical and legal issues. She has a particular interest in psychiatric cases and is committed to working towards ensuring the same level of accountability that prevail in general medicine to this currently very poorly represented area. She has considerable experience of fatal cases, including advocacy at inquests.


  • Partner, Hodge Jones & Allen  (2010)
  • Hodge Jones & Allen (2000-06 and 2008-present)
  • Boyes Turner, Reading (2006-08)


Fluent in Urdu, Hindi and Punjabi.


  • Law Society Clinical Negligence Panel
  • Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL)


London University (BA (Hons)); Holborn Law College (Dip Law); Guildhall University (LPC).


Nina is a founder and trustee of UK based children’s charity Millie Mittoo Children’s Projects (MMCP). MMCP’s first project “Sofia House” a home for female orphans based in Pakistan, celebrated its 13th anniversary this year.

Lawyer Rankings

London > Insurance > Clinical negligence: claimant

The ‘excellent’ clinical negligence team at Hodge Jones & Allen goes ‘above and beyond for distressed families’, carrying out a range of work with a particular focus on that which has social importance, including claims involving stillbirths, fatalities, and psychiatric injuries. Working closely with the firm’s civil liberties team, the group is able to take on claims concerning prisons and care homes. The team is led by Agata Usewicz, who has a special interest in obstetric claims. Alongside its caseload, the team supports campaigns for progress in the medical field; recent highlights in this space include assisting a family group fighting for a statutory inquiry into failings within Essex Mental Health Services, spearheaded by senior associate Priya Singh and Nina AliAndrew Harrison, Dawn Treloar, and Emma Wray are likewise recommended.