If we think you have a successful case then we are happy to take your case on a ‘No Win, No Fee’ basis. That means that if we are unsuccessful then you are not required to cover our legal costs, however, we do ask that you cover any disbursements incurred on your behalf.
If we are successful then we deduct an agreed percentage from any compensation recovered on your behalf, which is over and above the cost of a treatment programme.
To protect you from being responsible for your opponents’ legal costs and disbursements, we advise you to take out an After the Event insurance policy. The cost of the policy varies depending on the case and a quote will be obtained prior to taking out on your behalf.
If you would like us to assess your case then complete the form below or telephone our Japanese Knotweed team on 01476 565 295
What people say about us…
“Thanks for your services. The letters persuaded my neighbours to attend directly to the matter in hand with a treatment programme.”
“Mrs Towle. we would like to offer our congratulations (together with many others we guess) regarding your success in winning the appeal. It seems this result does put a “line in the sand”. Well done for being a formidable advocate for owners with the problem.”
“Thank you very much again for all your help, it has taken a while but you and the team have always responded to my emails, given us excellent advice and taken the strain from us.””
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