Wright Atkinson & Pearson (part Of Waddington Turner Wall Solicitors)

Devonshire Street 22
Keighley, West Yorkshire
BD21 2AU

Since 1920

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We are an established firm of solicitors who pride ourselves on offering a no nonsense approach to the law; providing high quality legal advice on Litigation & Disputes, Equine Law, Family Law including Divorces & Separation, Personal Injury & Accident Claims, Clinical Negligence, Property & Conveyancing, and Wills, Probates & Trusts from our offices in Keighley, West Yorkshire. We fully appreciate that no-one really wants to see a solicitor, we are human after all, but if you want some straightforward advice or need to get a legal issue sorted out effectively and efficiently then please get in touch. FREE Thursday evening Law Clinic - free legal advice provided. Half hour appointments available from 5pm until 7.30pm. To arrange an appointment call us now.


Lawyer - Solicitor
Lawyer - Solicitor


Michael Bower (Senior Partner) - Litigation & Disputes and Equine Law; Myron Handzij ( Managing Partner) - Wills, Probate & Elderly Care and Property; Melissa Murphy (Solicitor) - Family & Matrimonial Law; Lisa Wood (Solicitor) - Personal Injury, Clinical & Medical Negligence; David Binns (Solicitor) - Wills, Probate & Elderly Care; Stephen Leather (Solicitor) - Property.

Area of Business

Commercial Litigation Debt Collection & Recovery Equine Law Insolvency & Bankruptcy Property Law & Conveyancing Civil Litigation Neighbour Disputes Will & Probate Disputes Family Law Personal Injury Clinical & Medical Negligence Phone us to book an appointment now!


Our Promise For certain types of legal work we offer fixed fees so that you know how much the total work will cost you. For Personal Injury cases we offer our legal services on a no win-no fee basis. If the matter is covered by legal indemnity insurance then we will explain clearly how this works and how the costs will be covered. If we are charging an hourly rate we will provide a clear cost estimate at the beginning of your case so you understand what work will need to be done and what the likely overall cost will be. We will stick to that cost estimate unless there are unforeseen developments or additional work or expenditure. If that is the case then we will contact you in good time to amend the cost estimate and discuss why the additional spend is required. At this point, you can decide whether or not you wish to proceed. No additional costs will be incurred without your approval. Regular updates on what work that we are doing for you and how much it is costing will be provided via a method that suits you i.e. letter, e-mail or phone. We will discuss and agree the regularity of invoices, to enable you to budget for the fees involved and to make payments as easy as possible: rather than receiving a large invoice out of the blue. Even if the overall case is based on an hourly rate there may still be elements of the costs that are based on fixed fees e.g. some types of court hearings, conferences, standard letters and telephone calls which means that the overall costs are kept down. Fee payments can be tailored to your needs so that you can choose to pay in advance, monthly or at other intervals that are agreeable to you and us.