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I have worked at Pryers since July 2012 and I qualified as a solicitor in October 2015.

I live on the outskirts of York. In my spare time I enjoy walking in the Yorkshire countryside and I am also studying for a Masters degree covering Corporate Law and Corporate Insolvency.

I have experience of investigating and pursuing a wide range of medical negligence claims. These include claims on behalf of children and clients without capacity and also on behalf of the family members of patients who have died.

In particular, I have an interest and expertise with dental negligence claims. Over the years I have acted for many victims of dental negligence and the claims which I have successfully resolved for clients include failures by dentists to diagnose periodontal disease (gum disease) and the provision of sub-standard root canal treatment.

I also have experience of claims concerning catastrophic personal injury, serious road traffic accidents and professional negligence.


Prompt, polite, understanding. I cannot speak highly enough of Jonathan Gray. Excellent throughout the whole process.

Just a note to say thank you very much for all your support throughout my recent dental negligence claim. It has been a delight dealing with such a polite, caring and professional person as yourself.

I would like to take this opportunity to thank you personally for your help, support and guidance throughout this process. You have explained everything very clearly and have made the whole experience much less stressful than I expected.

I would like to thank Jonathan Gray for all his help – I would highly recommend him.

I would like to thank you for all your help and assistance in respect of my father’s case against the hospital. You have been most helpful and efficient and have always explained everything and helped put my mind at rest.

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