Japanese Knotwood Legal Claims

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Is Japanese Knotweed on your land?

Has this garden weed taken over your home? If so, you could lose value on your property or you may struggle to sell or re-mortgage as a result. Find out how we can help today.

Japanese knotweed is a fast-growing and strong perennial with tall, dense stems. Although the plant dies back to ground level in winter, by early summer, the bamboo-like stems shoot up to over 7ft. If you suspect knotweed to be growing either on your property or on any neighbouring land, it’s important that you take action as soon as possible.

What to do if you have Japanese knotweed

If untreated then knotweed can quickly take over your garden. Its root systems are incredibly resilient and have no trouble in burrowing through driveways, cracking drains and even bringing down garden sheds.

These roots cannot simply be pulled out, they require professional attention in order to be removed completely. It’s actually illegal to try and remove the plant yourself, unless you are an expert.

It is important that if you have Japanese knotweed you seek the guidance of a knotweed treatment firm. If we take on your claim, we can help recommend a firm who can provide an effective treatment supported with an Insurance Backed Guarantee.

If Japanese Knotweed has invaded your property, we are specialists in getting your knotweed treated and your claim resolved quickly.

We work with the UK’s leading law firms to provide you with the best possible support to work on your behalf on a no win no fee basis. Expert legal advice which will deal with any claim that can be brought.

Worried about knotweed? Complete the form below and one of our expert team will call you back.

    You will have experts working on your behalf who have years of experience dealing with all Japanese knotweed-related issues.

    Through us you will be able to:

    Identify and assess your Japanese knotweed problem

    Have the knotweed removed from your property

    Bring a legal action knotweed claim against those responsible for the invasion on a No-Win-no-Fee basis