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Headed by Neil Fearn the Pryers team works to help claimants suffering from all types of medical negligence or personal injury. The firm was established in 2002 specifically to act for victims of negligence and to bring claims on their behalf. We seek to secure the best compensation level for all our clients and are fast gaining a reputation for excellence in our specialist fields.The Pryers Team

Working from our headquarters in York, Pryers have clients all over the UK. Our dedicated solicitors and team of caring and welcoming professionals are happy to visit you in the comfort of your own home if you would find this easier than visiting us at our offices.

‘We fight on behalf of clients to ensure maximum compensation in the shortest possible time’

We only ever work on behalf of people who have been injured. Unlike some solicitors, we never work for insurance companies or employers, we fight on behalf of clients to ensure maximum compensation in the shortest possible time whilst keeping your experience stress free and straightforward.

Even if we can’t take the claim forward, our team work with you to offer advice and support in your particular circumstance.

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