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I qualified as a Legal Executive in 1999 and started work for Pryers in 2011.  I am a Fellow of the CILEX.

I am married with adult children and enjoy reading, visiting stately homes/grounds and spending time with my grandchildren.

I have worked in law for over 30 years.  I started as an Office Junior and then became Secretary to a Senior Partner who specialised in criminal law.  After deciding that I wanted to be more involved with cases I studied as a Legal Executive.

I started work as a PI Fee Earner in 1998 dealing with all different types of claims and now specialise in clinical negligence work.  I enjoy helping people who are injured or are suffering consequences which are no fault of their own.

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