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York lawyer achieves reaccreditation honour

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A York solicitor has cemented her clinical negligence credentials with reaccreditation to the Action against Medical Accidents (AvMA) Clinical Negligence Panel.

Sally-Ann Robinson, a partner at Langleys Solicitors, specialises in brain injury and claims involving children.

The reaccreditation means her membership of the AvMA panel is renewed for a further five years. She was first accredited to the panel in January 2000.

AvMA is the UK charity for patient safety and justice, providing free and confidential advice and support to people who have been affected by medical accidents.

AvMA considered Sally-Ann’s reaccreditation application “to be of a high standard and included some challenging cases including clients with complex needs.

“The assessors were particularly impressed with the department’s approach to client care”.

Sally-Ann said:

“It’s a huge honour to be reaccredited to the AvMA panel and is recognition of the consistently high professional standards and care we bring to all of our client cases.”

Sally-Ann is also an accredited member of both the Law Society’s medical negligence and personal injury panels.

Sally-Ann Robinson
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