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5 April 2018 - Georgina Clements comments on Liverpool's worsening potholes issue

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The country has recently experienced the most severe weather conditions in a long time with the so-called ‘beast from the East’ making reoccurring appearances.  The severe weather left airports and schools closed as well as many people left stranded on motorways overnight in their vehicles.
The downside of such weather conditions is that it causes an increase in the number of potholes appearing on our roads.
On a particular route in Liverpool which I take daily to work, along London Road, it is no longer a case of keeping on your side of the road and driving in a straight line but more of a zig-zag drive avoiding potholes that you know will damage your vehicle and even possibly injure yourself or passengers.
It is common knowledge that most local authorities are struggling to keep up with the repairs and other damage caused by these potholes as budgets are cut and no-one can predict recent weather conditions.
Depending on the size of the pothole, these can cause injury, loss of insurance excess, vehicle and bicycle damage.  If you are driving or cycling down an unfamiliar, unlit road of a night, there is almost no chance of avoiding these potholes.
Should you be unfortunate to have experienced damage due to potholes, you should report the same to your local authority and submit a claim.  Additionally, you could discuss your experience online in order to help other road users avoid these potholes by stating which roads to avoid or to be more careful on.
If you need assistance with any injuries suffered as a driver or passenger due to poor road conditions, our Personal Injury team can advise you on this.  Otherwise, keep driving safely!

27 July 2017 - The end of employment tribunal fees

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Read Martin Malone's latest Employment Solutions blog post about an important judgment of the Supreme Court.

22 May 2017 - Zero hours contracts and election proposals

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On 29 April the Labour Party announced that, if elected, it would ban zero hours contracts, end unpaid internships and end the public sector pay cap.
Employment Solutions Newsletter

22 May 2017 - Employment Law News Update

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Martin Malone introduces our latest employment law newsletter with contributions from Katharine Kelly.

14 February 2017 - Employment Law News Update

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Read our latest employment law news update for SMEs.

14 February 2017 - Incorporation

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We are very pleased to report that on 13 February 2017 the partnership of Canter Levin & Berg was incorporated and transferred to Canter Levin & Berg Limited. We continue to provide the same services with the same staff from our offices in Dale Street, Liverpool. Our new SRA number is 632152 and our VAT number has changed to 254 5626 94.

About Canter Levin & Berg - Solicitors in Liverpool

Canter Levin & Berg Solicitors has been providing legal services to the community in Liverpool and across the North West since 1947. During this time, we have built our reputation upon our ability to offer efficient and effective legal representation for our clients, whether they are individuals or businesses.

Operating from offices in Liverpool City Centre, we are a friendly firm, with solicitors and other legally qualified staff who are experts in their particular areas of law. The breadth and quality of the service we provide to our clients is recognised by our Lexcel accreditation, in addition to which, several of our solicitors have been accredited by the Law Society for their expertise and the high standards of client service they provide.

From personal injury law, family and employment law through to wills and probate and commercial disputes, we are here to meet your legal requirements, whatever they may be.

Here on our website you can find out more about the individual areas of law we specialise in, including our fixed fee legal services.

If you have a specific enquiry, or you would like to speak to one of our solicitors or legally qualified staff, call now on 0151 239 1000. Alternatively, you can leave your details using one of our online enquiry forms and we will call you back.

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