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I qualified as a solicitor in 2002 and became a partner at Pryers in 2013, where I now head a team who specialise in medical negligence and catastrophic injuries.

I am married with one son and live on the outskirts of York. I love the outdoors and spend as much of my free time as I can get away with running, walking, cycling and swimming in the hills and lakes of northern England!

Over the years I have dealt with a huge variety of clinical negligence claims and catastrophic personal injury claims, including settling claims for compensation of multi million pounds.

I am interested in continuing the client care and support beyond settlement and for this reason act as a professional trustee where appropriate, to provide continuing support and guidance once compensation has been received. I also act as a professional deputy for clients who do not have capacity to manage their property or affairs.

I am a member of the Law Society Clinical Negligence Accreditation Scheme.

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Robyn Hawxby is adept at advising claimants on birth and brain injury cases, including cerebral palsy claims. She has a strong knowledge of issues regarding failure to diagnose and negligent care.

I am very happy with the service provided and the outcome.

Each time I spoke to anyone I was always made to feel I was the important client, I was listened to and was treated with respect.

Level of service bypassed all expectations. It was a pleasure meeting you.

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