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I joined the firm in 2010. I am married with two sons and live on the outskirts of York. I enjoy getting out and about in the countryside both on foot and on my bike, jogging and going to the gym.  I am a regular participant in most of the Pryers’ team sporting challenges that we get involved in for fun and more seriously for charity.

I lead our team of medical records officers and administrators, who are responsible for obtaining and paying for Clients’ medical records to enable the Solicitor to review and investigate whether there is a medical negligence claim to pursue or not.

I have an extensive background in medical administration and joined the firm as a legal secretary in 2010.  In November 2014 I was given the opportunity to set up and provide our Clients with Client Care information and to guide them through the claims process.  I particular enjoy helping Clients to understand the funding aspect of their claims, including Conditional Fee Agreements, After the Event Insurance and Before the Event Insurance.  I work alongside the Solicitors to keep Clients fully up to date with the progress of their claim and I am always happy to answer any queries and questions that Clients have throughout the duration of their claim.

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