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I began working at Pryers in 2010 as an office assistant.  I am now an Affiliate member of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives and act primarily for people who have been involved in medical accidents.

In addition to the enjoyment I get from helping victims of all types of medical accidents, my attentiveness to detail lends itself well to the medical and legal aspects of the job.

Before working on the medical negligence department, I worked at Pryers on the personal injury department.  I acted for people who had been injured in a variety of ways, from those who had been the victims of criminal assaults to those who had been involved in accidents at work.

I am married and live in York, where I grew up.  I have a keen interest in cycling, surfing and photography.  I am also studying law in my free time to become a Chartered Legal Executive.


You helped me very well. Thank you so very much Chris for all your hard work.

I found Chris Kendall very helpful and efficient.

In my opinion, Chris has a good understanding in how I was feeling at the time of my accident. Just keep doing what you are already doing.

Chris Kendall dealt with my case and from the outset to its conclusion the service given was excellent. I was kept informed at every juncture and any questions I had were answered promptly and also explained in layman terms. I would not hesitate to use their services again, on the whole a very satisfactory experience

We as a family are over the moon that our complete trust placed in you paid dividends

Chris is like a terrier

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