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Scott Rees and Co was founded in 1992 as a personal injury law firm. It now caters for a wider range of claim types, including catastrophic injury claims and medical negligence.

The firm: Scott Rees and Co has been providing services to victims of personal injury for 25 years. Since its establishment in 1992, the firm has continuously grown and gone from strength to strength.

The firm is well regarded within the profession for its dynamic approach to the way the industry has evolved; its commitment to providing a diverse service that accommodates a wide range of different clients; its innovation with both the processes it follows and the people it looks to inspire; and for being energetic in its approach to every aspect of business.

The quality and enthusiasm shown by Scott Rees and Co has been noted throughout the legal industry, with the firm awarded the gold standard by Investors in People in February 2017 for its commitment to staff in providing an enjoyable working environment, as well as providing high-quality training and motivation. It retained The Legal 500 recommended status for a second year, and is also Lexcel accredited, recognised by the leading industry accreditations for its ability to offer the very best service to those who need it.

Scott Rees and Co considers itself a pioneer within the profession, creating dynamic systems to handle large case loads effectively, maintaining high standards of service, and hiring talented and diverse people from all walks of life.

In previous years, the firm also provided services for conveyancing, which it is hoping to start up again in the coming 12 months. It is also looking at wills and probate work, hoping to extend its service to wider branches of legal services.

Types of work undertaken: Scott Rees and Co specialises in a variety of personal injury claim areas, such as road traffic accidents, employment liability, accidents at work, public liability, occupiers liability, medical negligence and catastrophic injury claims.

  • Number of UK partners: 10
  • Number of other UK fee-earners: 200
  • Breakdown of work %
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  • Road traffic accidents: 75
  • Public liability/occupiers liability/employment liability: 12
  • Clinical negligence: 4
  • Small claims: 9




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