Pryers Awarded Band 1 in Chambers and Partners Rankings

Chambers and Partners independently rank law firms on a national scale, and it’s with great pleasure that we can confidently say that we’ve been given the highest award possible for our area and placed in band 1 in the latest Chambers and Partners rankings.

Chambers and Partners are a company that have been ranking the best lawyers in the UK since 1990. They rank lawyers based on tenacious research undertaken by full-time researchers and editors in their head office in London. By talking to both the lawyers and clients on a year-round basis, they gain a fully informed insight into what the law firm does very well, and what could be improved on.

After all the thorough research the Chambers and Partners undertake, we’re happy to say that Pryers have been awarded the highest band possible and have been proudly placed in band 1.

What this means for you is that if you happen to have a case, you will be working with one of the best law firms around.

Our strong placement was due to numerous factors. Chambers and Partners picked up on how we’re always one step ahead of the other parties and that all of our teams across the board are very strong and cohesive.

They also appreciated three of our practitioners. Robyn Hawxby for her “very tenacious approach” and is “particularly good at ensuring that the client gets the right level of compensation and is prepared to fight hard for that.” Amy Crundell as “she is very enthusiastic, and puts a lot of effort into cases and her clients.” And Richard Starkie commenting “The ‘very diligent and intelligent’ Richard Starkie is based at Pryers Solicitors LLP in York, and has a robust reputation in the market. He has considerable expertise in both product liability and clinical negligence, bringing both to bear on major group claims concerning faulty medical devices.”

They also realised that we like to take a vast selection of cases that have completely different ranges of complexity and values. So never think that your case isn’t worth it. Call one of our advisors for free, no obligation legal advice on 1904556600.

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