No win no fee* in Emsworth

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The recent floods in Emsworth and many other towns and villages in the UK are a real source of danger. You may need an accident injury solicitor like AAH, if you’ve suffered an injury from an accident/incident that you believe to be the fault of a third party.

Draining the Mill Pond may not be enough

The authorities in Emsworth drain Emsworth Mill Pond periodically when there is an impending flood forecast, but even that, in light of the unprecedented levels of rain fall, may not be enough to prevent the village being deluged once again. The damage to homes and businesses is immense, and residents will have to summon all their reserves of strength to weather yet another flood.

Using AAH to make a no win no fee* in Emsworth injury claim

But it’s not only damage to property that is a concern, it’s damage to peoples’ persons too that’s a worry. The authorities are struggling to deal with the scale of the problem across the nation, and flood warnings are keeping residents abreast of what is going on; but there are still instances where people get injured through no fault of their own, and in many of the cases, it may be possible to call on AAH, one of the UK’s leading accident injury claim law firms, to launch a no win no fee* in Emsworth claim for compensation.

Observing the flood warnings and following advice

The key to any compensation claim is that the blame for any accident or incident that leads to an injury must lie with a third party. So residents must take care to observe the flood warnings that are given and to take the appropriate courses of action. But having done that, if an injury does still happen, we here at AAH may be able to help by raising a no win no fee* in Emsworth personal injury claim.

The 3 things that any claimant must look to prove:

  • The blame for the injury must lie with a third party
  • The injury must be supported with sound medical evidence
  • The incident/injury must have taken place within the past 3 years.

Genuinely no win no fee*

People who think they may have a legitimate injury claim can take the AAH 30 second test using the HOW MUCH calculator that is located on our website’s homepage. If you don’t get the answer you expect, or you have any queries, you can always phone our free 24/7 helpline and have a chat with one of our experienced advisers. Call 0800 689 0500 from any landline, or 0333 500 0993 from your mobile.

Any advice you are given is free and carries no obligation. There’s no catch. As Esther Rantzen, one of our staunchest supporters says, “If you call AAH, I promise you will receive free advice, and that no money is required to make a claim, and that no win no fee* means just that.”

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