Short-stay parking is available on-street, with the nearest long-stay car park on Wellington Street, about 5 minutes’ walk away.
Our Leeds office's central location is just a short walk from the city centre railway station and Westgate (via The Headrow), close to the city’s Inner Ring Road, and easy to access via the M621.
Our specialist Lawyers and Solicitors in Leeds can advise on areas including:
Our Care Home Fees Solicitors in Leeds help clients with eligibility and assessments for CHC Funding, as well as appeals against an NHS Continuing Healthcare Funding decision. We’ve recovered over £12 million in care fees for our clients since 2013.
Our Education Solicitors in Leeds are part of the UK’s largest team of Education Law specialists, and dedicated to helping you find the right solutions for your child.
We can advise on issues such as:
Our Family Lawyers and Divorce Solicitors in Leeds can advise on issues including divorce, child arrangements, protecting assets and drawing up prenuptial, post nuptial agreements and cohabitation agreements.
If you’ve developed a disease or injury as a result of your work, such as an asbestos related illness or noise-induced hearing loss, our Industrial Disease Solicitors can help you claim compensation.
If you’ve been affected by substandard medical care and suffered as a result, our Medical Negligence Solicitors in Leeds can help you claim compensation. We’ve handled many types of medical claims, including claims for amputation, birth injuries, cerebral and erb’s palsy, neurology, sepsis, spinal injuries, medical errors at A&E and mistakes by doctors, surgeons and GPs.
Our Personal Injury Solicitors in Leeds can help you claim compensation for personal injuries including serious and fatal accidents.
Our Private Client Solicitors in Leeds can offer legal advice on issues such as making a Will, Lasting Powers of Attorney, Trusts and Probate.
Our Public Law Solicitors in Leeds includes experts in areas including child protection, community care, education law and dealing with the Court of Protection.
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