Sincere Law are a firm of specialist solicitors who offer help to people who have suffered serious injuries in the instances that they are the consequence of negligence. Our main areas of practice include:
- Brain and head injuries
- Spinal injuries
- Road traffic accidents
- Work accidents
- Industrial accidents
- Fatal injuries
- Chronis pain disorder
- Slips and trip
You may think that helping just means that we will go to court and help secure compensation for our clients but we go a lot further to ensure that those who have suffered or who have loved ones who suffer a serious or catastrophic injury, are looked after and given the best chance of recovery.
Personal injury claims have received criticism in the press, stating that compensation is unnecessary and perhaps even opportunistic; but in the case of someone who has suffered from an acquired brain injury, a spinal cord fracture, an amputation or maybe even a family who have lost their loved one, it can sometimes be the difference between the recovering and not.
Years of experience
Sincere Law is a trading arm of renowned personal injury specialists Scott Rees & Co. Since 1992 we have been helping clients from minor slips and trips to the most serious road traffic accidents and industrial accidents requiring lengthy rehabilitation processes, amputations and more life changing after effects.
Having been a large part of the Skelmersdale and wider Lancashire community for 20 years, and now at Newton-le-Willows, Sincere Law has been committed to helping our staff with sponsorship opportunities to assist personal development. We regularly send out staff members to career enhancing development courses as well as part funding their education to allow them to move on in their career ladder.
We also sponsor many local charities including local disability sports teams, football teams, local athletes and brain and spinal charities among others. Our staff members are regularly seen participating in organised charity events to benefit those charities close to our hearts.