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I have lived in York since 2009 and met my wife here in 2012. We married in September 2017. Outside of work, I enjoy a number of sports including running, cycling and swimming. I also participate in half marathons every year.

Experience

Andrew is a clinical negligence solicitor in the medical negligence team. He joined Pryers from another medical negligence firm in Leeds in February 2015. He has been working in the clinical negligence sector since August 2012. In 2012 Andrew acted on behalf of the NHS as a paralegal with a law firm in Harrogate. Then started to act for Claimants with a firm in Leeds in 2013 before moving to Pryers in February 2015.

Areas of Expertise

Andrew currently deals with a variety of medical negligence cases, including:

He also assists solicitors in several teams with higher value cases, gaining experience from each solicitor.

Career

Andrew initially studied Business at Durham University, graduating in 2009 with a BA (Hons). He then moved to York to undertake the Graduate Diploma in Law in 2010 and completed the Legal Practice Course in 2011 and obtained a commendation. Andrew continued his education by completing a Masters in Law with the College of Law from 2012 to 2013.

Andrew started his legal career as a paralegal working for a defendant solicitors in North Yorkshire. He then moved to a claimant’s solicitors Leeds in June 2013 and joined Pryers in February 2015. Andrew has gained a lot of experience interviewing and analysing new claims as he has been a part of the new claims team in each claimant solicitors firms. Andrew has conduct of a variety of clinical negligence cases ranging from £1,000 to £25,000. He ensures each of his client’s cases are thoroughly investigated to establish whether a case can be settled.

 

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