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I joined Pryers in 2010 and have progressed within the firm to become an Associate Solicitor.

I have developed particular expertise in Obstetric matters, having held conduct of a range of cases from inception to conclusion, including high value neurological injuries. I particularly enjoy the detail of obstetric matters, and working with injured children and their families to develop their support network and facilities in order to provide the best possible quality of life.

I have experience in almost all areas, including delayed diagnosis of cancer, gynaecological matters, spinal injuries and orthopaedic cases.

Since 2016 I have been recognised in Chambers and Partners UK Guide for my work in maternal and child injury claims following recommendation from Leading Counsel.

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Friendly and helpful team, great communication and sensitive and understanding to personal issues.

Thank you Amy for your excellent work. You made my horrible and upsetting case easier to deal with due to your help, friendliness, communication and also hard work. I appreciate it.

You give a first class service all the way through from beginning to end. Thank you.

Very professional, helpful, giving the right information and advice at the right time.

Amy Crundwell was very helpful and always kept us very informed, couldn’t have asked for better.

The service I received from Amy was perfect and we are very happy

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