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I qualified as a solicitor in June 2009. I specialise in both clinical negligence claims and claims relating to defective medical devices, including hip replacements.

I live in a village outside of York with my husband and daughter. In my spare time, I regularly attend Pilates and yoga classes. I enjoy knitting, crochet and sewing.  I have taken part in Pryers’ Yorkshire 3 Peaks Challenge and the Pryers’ ladies Race for Life.

After leaving University in Newcastle in 2006, I completed my training contract at a firm in Teesside. I joined the personal injury team at Pryers in May 2010. In March 2014, I joined the clinical negligence team.

I now deal with clinical negligence including cases involving delayed diagnosis of cancer, GP negligence and the failure of joint replacements.  I also deal with product liability including metal on metal and off-label hip replacements.

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Stephanie Turner was more than helpful throughout the case. I would recommend her personally.

I was treated with respect, was always kept up to date with the proceedings and always confident that my case was being dealt with professionally.

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