what is professional negligence

What is professional negligence?

Our professional negligence solicitors have many years’ experience in recovering compensation for people who have been let down by a professional person. But what exactly is professional negligence? What is professional negligence? Simply put, “professional negligence” occurs where you hire someone…


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Why use a solicitor?

On 14 October, we joined the Law Society on Twitter to discuss the benefits and value that clients can receive from instructing a solicitor, rather than choosing to deal with the issue on their own. If you were not able to follow the chat, here is how Gemma Horner answered the questions. 1. What…


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Video-witnessing of wills: Will it work?

COVID-19 has touched every part of our lives in 2020. We have worked from home, seen our friends and families through Zoom or Skype, and are getting used to wearing face coverings. The pandemic has also affected how we make wills, and I have received many queries from clients wondering how to make…


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Neighbour disputes: Our top tips

With everyone spending more time at home this year, we have seen an increase in enquiries from people who are having issues with their neighbours. In particular, we have seen an increase in boundary disputes, right of way issues, nuisance claims and harassment claims. We ask Ed Smith, a Partner in…


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Evictions during the Coronavirus pandemic: Our tips for landlords

The law surrounding possession claims and evictions has changed several times over this difficult period. The Government introduced various measures to give some respite to tenants who may be struggling financially as a result of the Coronavirus period. In March, the Government asked that landlords…


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Moving home during the Coronavirus pandemic

Moving home under normal circumstances can be one of the most stressful and hectic times. However, the current Coronavirus pandemic makes moving home much harder. We, understandably, receive several questions about moving home during the pandemic each day. To provide some much-needed clarification,…


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Business Interruption Insurance. What does the FCA Test Case mean for you?

On 16 March 2020, in response to the increasing number of cases of Covid-19 in the United Kingdom, the Government issued guidance requesting that people begin working from home where possible; avoiding unnecessary travel; and stopping non-essential contact with others. On 23 March 2020, the…


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Levi Solicitors Sponsors The Square Ball Podcast for 2020/21

We are delighted to confirm that Levi Solicitors LLP will sponsor The Square Ball podcasts for the 2020/21 Premier League season. The Square Ball started as a Leeds United fanzine some 30 years ago. However, it has in more recent years evolved and expanded to also include various podcasts and…


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Congratulations to our newest Partner, Ed Smith

We are delighted to announce the promotion of litigation solicitor, Ed Smith, to Partner. Ed joined Levi Solicitors as a trainee solicitor in 2014 and qualified into the Dispute Resolution team in 2015. He is based in the firm’s Leeds office and specialises in licensing work, property disputes and…


Stamp Duty Holiday Update

9 July 2020 – Stamp duty tax update The Chancellor has announced a stamp duty holiday for property purchases up to £500,000 Below is a link to the Government’s guidance notes https://www.gov.uk/guidance/stamp-duty-land-tax-temporary-reduced-rates Reduced rates of Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) will…