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Scott Rees’ Macmillan Coffee Morning 2017

Last Friday Scott Rees & Co took part in raising money for the Macmillan Cancer Support by selling cakes, pastries…

Government to review new laws for cycling

The government will be reviewing whether the offence of death by careless or dangerous driving should be introduced for cyclists…

New printers and scanners

Last month, Scott Rees & Co solicitors purchased some industry standard printers, scanners and franking machines from Pitney Bowes. These…

ISO 27001 audit success

Last month the firm successfully passed our annual ISO 27001 external audit. The audit was conducted by the NQA, a…

What GCSE and A-Level subjects do I need for law?

Tomorrow many young aspiring adults will be queuing up to get their GCSE results. For those who are looking to…

Holiday firm delays compensation payment in attack on claimant lawyer

Last month the Bradford County Court ruled in favour of the claimants for a holiday sickness claim that began with…

Insurance premiums rise as insurers profit

Insurers promised everyone that with the reforms there will be less claims against the insurers, meaning they can drastically reduce…

Scotland insists “looks can kill”

A new road safety campaign to further reduce mobile users at the wheel has been launched. Based in Scotland, the…

Scott Rees & Co earns conveyancing quality mark

Fantastic news for the firm this month as our Conveyancing team was rewarded for recent hard work with a brand…

Scottish study looks at impact of 20mph zones

The largest study into how 20mph zones impact safety is to begin soon by university professors in Scotland. Running until…

Scott Rees & Co sends team to the world cup…. Sort of

Next month will see the 3rd annual instalment of the “One Call World Cup”. The event hosted at Doncaster Rovers’…

Truss replaced as Justice Secretary

In Theresa May’s reshuffle this weekend, the cabinet saw a change in a number of positions. One of note to…

Scott Rees & Co staff enjoys double celebration

Congratulations of the highest order are due for one particular Scott Rees & Co team member. Not only do we…

VR used to educate young motorists

Suffolk county council used the latest technology as part of their exhibition tent at this years Suffolk show. The use…

Scott Rees & Co staff member reaches magnificent 10 year milestone

Returning from a bank holiday isn’t always a pleasant feeling. The extended weekend is over and it’s back to work…

Taxi driver enjoys justice following injury claim win

A Scott Rees & Co client f recently settled a case ensuring he was fully compensated for the losses he…

Body fat used to treat joint injuries

Wear and tear injuries can affect movement in later life. So much so that even usual remedies will not always…

Avoid potential new fines – Steer clear of pavements

Parking on the pavement; a polarizing topic. Whether you prefer to mount the cub or not, you may soon need…

Crossrail’s hard hitting safety campaigns

February 2016 saw the launch of a new project for Crossrail. A project looking at sharing safety lessons learned over…

Spike in fines to encourage tighter safety procedures

In the last year, fines for companies breaching health and safety laws have risen. As a result there has been…

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