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I qualified as a solicitor in 2015, when I joined Pryers. Prior to this I spent time working and completing my training contact at a firm in Hull.

I live on the outskirts of York with my husband and two dogs. I enjoy spending time with my family and friends, walking my dogs and taking weekend trips away.

I have a varied caseload, dealing with nearly all types of clinical negligence cases, including delayed diagnosis of cancer, gallbladder and gallstone problems, gastrointestinal cases, vascular issues and amputation claims. I also have a keen interest in claims involving the eye, such as laser burns affecting eyesight, missed or delayed diagnosis of infections in the eye, and aneurysms or tumours affecting the optic nerve.

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