Pryers retains Band 1 Ranking in Chambers and Partners 2022

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We are delighted to announce that our team’s work continues to be recognised in the 2022 edition of Chambers and Partners, having retained our Band 1 ranking, as clinical negligence solicitors.

Chambers and Partners are an independent research company who investigate and rank law firms from around the world, across 200 jurisdictions. Since 1990 their detailed rankings have provided an insight into the world’s leading lawyers. Their investigations involve speaking to clients and lawyers, to find out how firms operate.

It is for this reason,  that we are so proud to have retained the highest ranking attainable as clinical negligence solicitors.  Our team consistently produce high quality work to achieve fantastic results for clients. It is great to see this recognised independently in such a prestigious publication.

In addition to firm-wide recognition, we are immensely proud of our Partners who have been recognised for their individual achievements in medical negligence locally and for product liability.

View our listing in Chambers and Partners here.

A photograph of Richard Starkie, a Partner, Richard Starkie, Clinical Negligence Solicitor at Pryers Solicitors.

Richard Starkie frequently handles misdiagnosis and delayed diagnosis claims, including those leading to amputation. He is also well equipped to deal with negligent surgeries, referral failures and brain damage cases.

“Richard Starkie gets really stuck into difficult cases and achieves good results.”

“Richard is an absolute star – he’s prepared to take on cases others wouldn’t.”

Chambers and Partners, 2022


Robyn Hawxby acts on diagnostic failures and spinal injury claims. She also advises claimants on optical negligence claims.

“Highly intelligent, focused and committed to the client.”

“Extremely personable, experienced, very passionate, very diligent and organised.”

Chambers and Partners, 2022

A photograph of Lisa Swales, a medical negligence solicitor and partner at Pryers

Lisa Swales has extensive experience in numerous medical negligence claims, including birth injury cases.

“Very good at analysing complicated claims, personable, easy to work with and good with clients.”

Chambers and Partners, 2022

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