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Career

Kristi Bateman joined Pryers in 2012 as a part-time Paralegal whilst completing her Legal Practice Course. She became full-time when she completed this, in June 2012.

She was awarded a Training Contract in 2014 and qualified as a Solicitor in July 2015.

In her time at Pryers, she has dealt with a large variety of clinical negligence and product liability cases. She has a lot of experience running cases involving the failure of hip replacements and also cases concerning cosmetic surgery where the outcome has been disastrous.

More recently, she has assisted Neil Fearn, the CEO at Pryers, with his complex and serious injury claims. This includes claims for Cerebral Palsy and Erb’s Palsy injuries at birth.

Personal Life

Kristi is married and lives in Barnsley. She commutes to York for work each day.

In her spare time Kristi enjoys socialising with friends and spending time with her family. She also attends a local gym, where she takes part in a number of classes, including spinning, circuits and group personal training sessions.

Kristi has completed the Race for Life on numerous occasions, as well as the Total Warrior 10k obstacle race.

Testimonials

I would happily recommend because of the good service I received.

Kristi was very professional throughout and is a credit to the firm.

Excellent advice and follow through with a complex case.

Very professional and friendly.

You were on the ball.

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