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Success for Pryers’ Trainees

Pryers are celebrating two new Solicitors in their midst as Kimberley Snape and Jamie Paddock have qualified in February and March this year. In […]

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FGM: UK’s first female genital mutilation prosecutions announced

The first UK prosecutions over female genital mutilation have been announced by the Crown Prosecution Service. Dr Dhanuson Dharmasena, 31, of Ilford, east London, […]

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Heart of York Bike Ride

A team from Pryers Solicitors are taking on this year’s Heart of York bike ride, raising cash for the British Heart Foundation. Click here to read […]

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Lincolnshire hospitals paid out £7m last year for birthing negligence

Lincolnshire hospitals paid out more than £7.2 million last year in obstetrics and maternity compensation relating to medical negligence. The figure has been obtained […]

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Gynaecologist Rob Jones: Time limit for women’s claims lifted

A three-year time limit for medical negligence claims from women who suspect they were injured by a Cornwall gynaecologist has been lifted. Lawyers for […]

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Birmingham and Bradford top ‘crash for cash’ league

A crime charity has named postcodes in Birmingham and Bradford as “crash for cash hotspots” as part of a campaign to raise awareness of […]

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More than a thousand care home residents die thirsty

More than 1,000 care home residents have died of thirst or while suffering severe dehydration over the past decade, The Daily Telegraph can disclose. […]

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New UK patients’ champion to fight bad care

The man who led the public inquiry into the Stafford Hospital scandal has agreed to become president of the Patients Association, promising to do […]

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Fall woman Barbara Fari faces jail over ‘false’ £750k claim

A woman who tried to claim a £750,000 payout by presenting a “grossly false” picture of her injury is facing jail. Barbara Fari, 59, […]

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Pryers Solicitors – Triathlon

A team of 6 swimmers-bikers-runners from Pryers solicitors in York, entered the local half iron man distance triathlon, The Sundowner, to raise money for […]

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David Sellu trial: ‘Serious errors’ caused patient’s death

A patient died because of “serious errors in judgment” by a senior doctor at a private hospital in north-west London, the Old Bailey has […]

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Sheffield bus crash-for-cash gang ‘highly-organised’

A gang that deliberately caused traffic collisions for money including one involving a bus carrying 26 passengers was “highly-organised”, police say. Four people have […]

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