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Hannah Cazaly is a Solicitor at Pryers, working in the medical negligence department.


In summer 2015, whilst studying law at Northumbria University, Hannah completed four months work placement at Pryers. During this time she work as a Legal Assistant in the New Enquiries Team. In addition to taking details from people enquiring about making a claim, Hannah gained experience reviewing medical records, writing to clients and  communicating with barristers and medical experts.

After graduating from Northumbria University in 2016 with a First Class Degree, and having completed the Legal Practice Course, Hannah joined Pryers on a permanent basis, as a paralegal.

In January 2019 Hannah started her Training Contract. Hannah went on to complete her training contract and qualify as a Solicitor in July 2020.

Areas of Specialism

Hannah currently represents her own clients in a range of medical negligence and dental negligence. She also assists senior members of her team with the investigation and progression of their claims. She has also represented clients at Inquests and has a keen interest in this area of the law.

Outside of Work

Hannah was born and raised in York. She enjoys running and plays netball for York R.I. She is also a keen Sunderland football fan.



Hannah Cazaly was polite, helpful and gracious at all times and made sure I understood where each step of my case was going.

We appreciated everything you did for my husband + self. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts.

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