Ayesha is a renowned personal injury solicitor with 20 years of proven legal experience in the field of personal injury.
With unrivalled expertise, Ayesha has handled personal injury cases of the highest complexity since 1996 thus strengthening her reputation within the field of personal injury claims.
Dealing with all cases along the personal injury claim spectrum, Ayesha has provided her expertise within road traffic accidents, accidents at work, trips and slips and industrial accidents.
The wealth of Ayesha’s knowledge and experience lies within the high value claims where clients have been seriously injured or have died as a result of the negligence of someone else.
She has collaborated with a network of case managers and experts who can make an immediate difference to the life of an injured client. Her ability to fight cases with a ‘no-nonsense’ approach, twinned with the ability to handle cases sensitively, has given her a leading reputation in the field of personal injury claims, both as a professional and, essentially as a brand.
She started her legal career as a paralegal for a national firm, Ayesha then went onto progressing it career further by becoming a partner in that firm. At the time this was one of the largest personal injury firms in the country.
Having gained technical knowledge, she moved into lecturing and presenting seminars on a full time basis. She became Head of Dispute Resolution for BPP Professional Education, a global provider of professional training.
By 2011, her reputation in the industry had grown and she began the journey of creating Nayyars Solicitors. The vision behind Nayyars was to become a law firm that had both the technical and tactical know-how to get results.
Expanding that brand further, she has written articles for numerous publications and has her own live call-in show on local radio. In addition to her running her own law firm, Ayesha is a professional speaker for BPP, a company that runs courses for solicitors worldwide.
A true advocate, for both her peers and the clients she represents.
Ayesha is passionate about being a solicitor and advocating the rights of clients. Outside of work, she is a wife and mother to her 3 children.