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I qualified as a Solicitor in 2010 and was promoted to a Senior Solicitor position at Pryers in 2016.

Within my team I help to supervise the work of the junior members made up of Solicitors, Trainee Solicitors and Paralegals. I am a member of the Law Solicitor Clinical Negligence Accreditation Scheme.

I have lived in York since 2011 after having moved here from my home city of Newcastle. In my spare time I enjoy morning CrossFit classes, dog walking my French Bulldog (Pablo) and travelling around the world.

Over the years I have gained experience of both Claimant and Defendant work (for a large Medical Defence Organisation). My passion however, lies with successfully dealing with cases on behalf of the victims of negligence. I have experience of most types of clinical negligence cases but I particularly enjoy dealing with gynaecology and birth injury claims.

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Very friendly but professional, easy to talk to and everything I had to say was listened to. Katrina was wonderful and if I ever need legal help in the future she would be my first port of call. Thank you.

Katrina Taylor was absolutely wonderful, I could not have asked for anyone better. Thank you.

Katrina made it easy for me to get through the past couple of years by reassuring me how the case was going at each stage.

I think Katrina Taylor is fantastic and such a pleasure to speak to.

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