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Can We Protect our Elderly Relatives with a Smartphone?

New technology launched this week certainly makes this possible. After a line of care home scandals, surveillance technology has been developed which could enable […]

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Patient Autonomy Reigns Supreme

If you were not fully involved in decision making about your medical treatment, it could be easier to bring a claim for compensation as […]

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Team Pryers at the start line of the Coast to Coast

Coast To Coast – 2nd September 2015

After over 135 miles and 11,000 feet of climbing, the team of seven from Pryers have successfully completed the Coast to Coast ride in […]

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Pryers Solicitors Investigate Further Failed Hip Replacements

Pryers Solicitors, one of the country’s leading specialists in cases concerning failed hip replacements, are now investigating compensation claims against Stryker, the manufacturer of […]

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Time Limits for DePuy Pinnacle and ASR Hip Claims

Pryers Solicitors of York currently act for over 500 patients who have suffered the early failure of metal-on-metal hip replacements, including the DePuy Pinnacle […]

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Dental Negligence Victims

A Nottingham Dentist has been suspended from practising for 18 months by the General Dental Council (GDC) in August 2014 following allegations that he […]

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Deadline Approaches for Metal-on-Metal Hip Claims

Pryers Solicitors currently act for a large group of Cheltenham patients who have suffered the early failure of metal-on-metal total hip replacement devices. Metal-on-metal […]

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Pryers 3 Peaks Challenge

A team of 22 Pryers staff, family and friends are setting off on the Yorkshire 3 Peak Challenge on Saturday 16th August  to raise […]

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Daughter inspired to become a lawyer after mum’s clinical negligence fight

Kendyl Moore with her mum Nicola Richardson   A daughter who became a carer for her mum after a medical procedure went horribly wrong […]

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Possible legal action over Thomas Smith’s meningitis death

  “It is clear that the paediatric team at the Prince Charles Hospital were not working effectively to ensure treatment was commenced as early […]

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NHS blunders led to Devon toddler’s death

A string of blunders by NHS workers led to the death of a three-year-old Devon boy, a review has found. Sam Morrish died in […]

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Pryers Solicitors LLP is one of the first to use new, free text message service to raise funds

Pryers team the ‘Pryers Ladies’  will be amongst the first in the country to use its own, unique personalised text code, PRYE55 to raise […]

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NHS Apprenticeships failing to plug gaps left by Brexit

The total number of people starting NHS apprenticeships has fallen by more than a third in the past three years, raising new concerns about […]

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A young woman with serious mental health problems died of suicide after a series of major errors by the NHS trust that was looking […]

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Thousands of cancer patients face NHS treatment delays

NHS figures have shown that thousands of cancer patients are facing growing treatment delays. Figures show that in the past year, nearly 10% of […]

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