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Wandsworth woman launches bizarre “chilli fume” legal writ against her neighbours

It may be the most unusual legal challenge you read this year, but one resident who lives in a Victorian…

VR Immersion, a personal injury ticking time bomb?

Virtual reality is well and truly here. Once a futuristic and unattainable goal, both video gaming giants Microsoft and Sony…

Loss of EU funding could be very problematic for children says Great Ormond Street

London’s leading children’s hospital, Great Ormond Street, has warned that the decision to leave the EU could damage children’s healthcare…

Local GP chosen to lead new Macmillan Cancer project

An experienced West Lancashire GP is to lead up a new project based in Skelmersdale to assist those living with…

Tata Steel woes continue following fines

Tata Steel is now a well known brand in the UK, following extensive media coverage earlier this year. The company,…

Production Company in deep bantha fodder over General Solo’s broken bone

During the filming of recent box office smash, Star Wars episode VII: The Force Awakens, Harrison Ford (A.K.A Han Solo)…

Leisure chain facing legal action following near drowning of young boy

Luxury gym chain David Lloyd leisure is facing stern legal reprimands as the chain heads to court to plead its…

UK’s first double hand transplant deemed a success

Amputation victims (particularly hand amputation victims) of the UK can be buoyed this week by the positive news that the…

Improvement in cancer survival rates sees recognition by Parliament

Representatives of the NHS West Lancashire Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) have been toasted for their good work in improving cancer…

Former WWE wrestlers pursue employers liability claims against company following brain injuries

More than 50 former WWE wrestlers have filed for legal action against the dominant sports entertainment company for breeches of…

Printing problems causing headaches for customers with faulty products

Taking products back to exchange when faulty is a very normal part of any retail business. Recently some customers have…

Injury at birth – A life altered

You will often find serious injuries at birth to be worth millions in compensation rather than the hundreds of thousands.…

Will Autopilot Cars Drive Premiums Up?

Recently the world learned of a tragically unfortunate incident in which the first ever fatality at the wheel of a…

Scott Rees & Co team tees off to help hospice

Last weekend an intrepid team of Scott Rees & Co representatives, including Senior Partner Daniel Rees & Marketing Partner David…

Scott Rees & Co enter seventh innings with Skelmersdale CC

David Byrne presents Skelmersdale CC Chairman Tom Holland with the sponsorship cheque Scott Rees & Co Solicitors have announced that…

Scott Rees & Co help local children get egg-cited for Easter

Skelmersdale-based personal injury solicitor firm Scott Rees & Co have donated 272 easter eggs to the Action for Children charity.…

Scott Rees & Co welcomes two new solicitors

Lancashire-based personal injury solicitors, Scott Rees & Co welcomed two new members to our firm. This is fantastic news as…

Scott Rees & Co strike gold in Investors in People report

North West legal firm, Scott Rees & Co has retained their gold status with Investors in People. This fantastic achievement…

Scott Rees sponsor Skem Men-Aces’ charity effort

Scott Rees & Co has donated £400 towards the Skem Men-Aces football team’s charity truck pull, which they completed before…

Scott Rees & Co trainees complete training to qualify

Personal injury specialists, Scott Rees & Co solicitors are delighted to congratulate two of their trainees, who over the past…

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