Author Archives: Waddington Turner Wall

Keighley & Airedale Business Awards 2018 – WTW Solicitors Shortlisted

We are very pleased to announce that we have been shortlisted for the Financial/Legal Business of the Year of the Keighley & Airedale Business Awards for 2018. We completed the renovation of our new building last year. The task was … Continue reading

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Bank Holiday Monday – 7th May 2018

Please note that we will be closed on the 7th May 2018. Our opening hours will return to normal on Tuesday 8th May. Have a great Bank Holiday weekend.

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Litigation needs a bit of common sense

When disputes arise it is easy for ‘a matter of principle’ to become the driving force for employing a litigation solicitor. This is where certain principles can become very expensive and it may seem in hindsight that the only person … Continue reading

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Tumble Dryer – Faults and Issues – Whirlpool

Don’t risk it…check it! Which are continuing to highlight the issues concerned with the potential fire risks posed by a large number of tumble dryers manufactured by Whirlpool which includes the brands: Hotpoint Indesit Creda Swan Proline https://www.which.co.uk/reviews/tumble-dryers/article/recommendations/which-dont-buy-tumble-dryers Which have … Continue reading

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New signage going up!

At last the new signage is going up all round our new building: 6 – 12 Devonshire Street, Keighley, West Yorkshire. We are really proud to be investing locally and turning what had become a very neglected property back into … Continue reading

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Power of Attorneys – Government refunds registration fees

The Government has charged too much for the registration of Powers of Attorney in England & Wales. You can get part of your application fee back if you applied to register a power of attorney from 1 April 2013 to … Continue reading

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Signage fitting – scheduled for the 20-21 March – hurrah!

Hurrah! At long last the new signage is ready to be fitted.   Please note that these works will be happening on Tuesday and Wednesday next week (20-21 March). We apologise in advance for any disruption caused whilst these works … Continue reading

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Compensation Explained – Personal Injury Claims – APIL

Insurance companies are asserting that in England and Wales we have a compensation culture. What does that mean and is it true? What is a compensation culture? The phrase ‘compensation culture’ is often used in today’s society. It is seen … Continue reading

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Compensation culture -the myths – Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence

Content taken from the APIL website. Produced jointly by the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL) and the Trades Union Congress. https://www.apil.org.uk/myths-about-compensation Personal injury compensation is the subject of much myth and misunderstanding. APIL fights negative perceptions when possible, and … Continue reading

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Will Disputes – litigation increases in relation to inheritance

An increasing number of individuals and families are seeking legal advice in relation to their inheritance. Will Disputes are definitely on the increase. High profile will disputes A number of high profile cases have also highlighted the issues. Family members … Continue reading

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