Laird completed the UK’s longest Locus Report

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3 March 2016


PrintAs far as we are aware we have recently completed the UK’s longest Locus Report.  Instructed by a long-standing Principal, the Locus report took place in Walton, Liverpool and included:

  • 43 pages in total
  • 5 sketch plans (usually 3)
  • 56 images
  • 4 video recordings

As the accident took place during the night, we completed 2 reports – one at night and one during the day.  Our surveyor actually returned at midnight to take the images that captured the time the accident actually took place

We’re pretty epic at Locus Reports and have been supporting Solicitors across the UK with them since 2000.  For more information on our Locus services, please email christine.baty@laird-assessors.com



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