Welcome to Lewis Francis Blackburn Bray Sheffield Solicitors

Peace of mind

You can rest assured that we have the knowledge and experience required to provide the advice you need.. We have a track record proving we can deliver high quality and more complex technical legal work when required.  You can be assured that the advice and direction you receive will be clear as we have the legal skills and ‘bedside manner’ needed to guide you through even the most difficult times. You should have peace of mind that we can employ creativity when required if it becomes obvious that a different strategy is required


The best working relationships are based upon trust.  Legal expertise is obviously a key factor in establishing trust but so are a friendly disposition and a sense of humour together with the highest quality levels of service.  Trust is naturally increased because you get to know the person acting for you and those people are always available, easy to get hold of and, as a result, you know you will be properly looked after.

Our goal is to ensure that you receive exceptional service

We pride ourselves on our friendliness and the quality of the service we provide. We are acutely aware that we would not have a business without clients and we could not serve them without the total commitment of our people. We aim to always exceed your expectations. It is the way we work that sets us apart. We take time to get to know our clients and look forward to working with you in partnership.

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Latest Articles

The future face of property claims

Recently I had the pleasure of attending a seminar in Leeds focused on “Applications to the first Tier Tribunal (Property Chamber).” I say it was a pleasure, not only because of the well planned and presented content delivered from a leader in the field (more below), but also because 37.5% of those in attendance were my colleagues from LFBB, or 3 of us out of 8. : read more >

Appealing Parking Tickets in Sheffield

The worst advice anyone can give you is to ignore the parking penalty charge notice (PCN). The enforcement companies want you to ignore the PCN. If you ignore it, you lose your right to appeal. : read more >

Daniel Flowers views on qualification as a solicitor.

It is well documented that the past five years have been some of the most difficult for the profession in living memory.  I graduated right into the thick of it. : read more >

Residential Service Charges – What to know and What to do

This is a guide for both residential landlords and tenants on the pitfalls that our clients often encounter when facing both sides of a service charge demand.

To make things fair, tenants please look away now (join us half way down the page): : read more >