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Horwich Farrelly appointed by Crown Commercial Service

November, 27, 2018

Horwich Farrelly are pleased to announce that the firm has been appointed to the Crown Commercial Service (CCS) Wider Public Sector Legal Services Framework. As part of its role on Lot One of the panel, Horwich Farrelly will provide legal services to public sector bodies in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.

The framework is used by a wide range of public sector organisations including local authorities, social housing providers, emergency services, healthcare trusts and education providers. The three year appointment will see Horwich Farrelly assist with Litigation and Dispute Resolution, including Personal Injury.

“Our appointment to the CCS panel is great news for Horwich Farrelly – and for public sector organisations tackling spurious claims”, explained Ronan McCann, Partner, Horwich Farrelly.  “We are looking forward to applying our insurance fraud expertise to the public sector where resources are under increasing pressure. And whilst the firm is new to Lot One of the panel, it is a strong testament to the dedication of our team and the success of our work over the past few years that we have been appointed.  Our experts in insurance litigation will provide impressive results for the public sector.

“The appointment also marks an important moment in the history and growth of the business.  As well as having a strong network of offices and experts across the UK, earlier this year we opened our Belfast office, which will enable us to provide local expertise for public sector organisations in Northern Ireland that need legal assistance.”

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