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Lockdown 2.0: Hodgkinsons Solicitors Remain on Hand to Help You

As the UK enters lockdown 2.0 the Team here at Hodgkinsons Solicitors, Skegness, continue to adapt to the situation to ensure business continuity for our Clients. Our latest blog explains how we will be operating in the upcoming weeks.

Lockdown 2.0: Hodgkinsons Solicitors Remain on Hand to Help You

Following the Prime Minister’s Announcement on Saturday 31st October 2020 of a second lockdown starting Thursday 5th November, we have taken steps to adjust the way in which we deliver our services to you. Throughout the upcoming weeks, as of Thursday 5th November, our offices will be closed to Clients. This change in practice has been implemented to protect the health and safety of our Clients, Colleagues and Staff.

Since March we have adapted to the situation that is COVID-19 by increasing our investment in technology so that we can continue to operate as close to a ‘business as usual’ structure as possible, allowing us to remain on hand to help you. Throughout lockdown 2.0 all appointments will be carried out through telephone calls or video conferences. Due to our investment in technology, our Team are able to work from home seamlessly. We continue to provide Clients with the exceptional level of service that we are renowned for, albeit remotely. At Hodgkinsons we have aided home working for many years, and we understand how to work to the best of our ability under such circumstances.

If you have a face to face appointment scheduled with us, your Lawyer will be in contact to assess if the meeting can be rescheduled as a video call or telephone conference. If you have questions regarding a scheduled appointment such as Court Hearings, Mediation, or medical examinations, please call us.

We will be opening and responding to post where possible. Due to the nature of this form of communication, longer response times may be incurred. We would like to encourage anyone who needs to send a document to us, that they do so electronically where possible.

We will continue to operate within our normal working hours from 9am until 5pm. If you need to contact us, there are several ways you can do so. To get in touch you can call our main line on 01754 897150, email us at, complete and submit our contact form, or message us directly through our social media channels.

We will continue to reassess the structure in which we deliver our services to you as we react to Government advice and we will ensure to keep you closely informed with our decisions. Please take care of yourself and your families, during these times.