Laird Assessors are now offering their CPR compliant locus reports at £295 for a limited time only

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17 March 2014


Our motor engineers will visit the site of the accident, with the insured driver, claimant, client, etc if required, and thoroughly examine, photograph and measure the widths of the roads, distances and any other relevant measurements.

We will consider how the traffic flows, the directions of movement in order to provide a report which will really take the Court to the scene. Our comprehensive locus report includes details on the traffic systems, road rules and regulations including speed limits, surface types, obstructions, road side furniture, road surface, gradients and any other useful information.

Laird Assessors’ CPR compliant locus reports at £295 for a limited time

We regularly customise our locus reports to show specific requirements, such as the line of sight from a junction or the view from a distant witness. We can calculate time taken at a certain speed to cross these distances.

If you would like to instruct us to compile a CPR compliant report – simply email instructions to first.response@laird-assessors.com.  Alternatively email pippa.saunders@laird-assessors.com for a sample locus report.



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