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Chris Fry

Solicitor and Managing Partner | Unity Law

Chris Fry is the solicitor responsible for creating and managing Unity Law. He and the firm have won numerous industry awards. He has been a Fellow of APIL since 2006. In 2013 he was ‘highly commended’ as Solicitor of the Year at the national Law Society Excellence Awards. He is a retired Trustee for the British Tinnitus Association and is author of APIL Guide to Noise Claims and co-authored APIL Guide to Occupational Illness Claims.

Chris’s overwhelming wish to make a difference to the lives of those he helps has resulted in him undertaking some exceptional and ground breaking legal work and initiatives.

He has successfully completed a number of group actions for Claimants with noise damage and was lead Solicitor for the Claimants in the Nottinghamshire & Derbyshire Deafness Litigation which was brought on behalf of over 3,000 claimants and is the only deafness case to have reached the Supreme Court.

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Solicitor and Managing Partner | Unity Law

Chris Fry is the solicitor responsible for creating and managing Unity Law. He and the firm have won numerous industry awards. He has been a Fellow of APIL since 2006. In 2013 he was ‘highly commended’ as Solicitor of the Year at the national Law Society Excellence Awards. He is a retired Trustee for the British Tinnitus Association and is author of APIL Guide to Noise Claims and co-authored APIL Guide to Occupational Illness Claims.

Chris’s overwhelming wish to make a difference to the lives of those he helps has resulted in him undertaking some exceptional and ground breaking legal work and initiatives.

He has successfully completed a number of group actions for Claimants with noise damage and was lead Solicitor for the Claimants in the Nottinghamshire & Derbyshire Deafness Litigation which was brought on behalf of over 3,000 claimants and is the only deafness case to have reached the Supreme Court.