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The Flintshire town of Queensferry lies on the River Dee at the border between England and Wales. In common with many riverside and coastal communities over the winter months it has found itself subject to many flood alerts.

For this reason, Queensferry residents may have suffered the unenviable experience of having their homes  and businesses flooded. For some Queensferry residents things may have been even worse. They may have been involved in a flood related accident that was not their fault and therefore may be searching for a lawyer who works for ‘no win, no fee*’ on Queensferry flood cases.

Lawyers who work for ‘no win, no fee*’ on Queensferry flood cases can be found at Accident Advice Helpline – a leading national law firm. They help the injured person to claim compensation from the person who was at fault or from their insurance policy. Here are some common sense precautions based on the experiences of clients helped by Accident Advice Helpline lawyers who work for ‘no win, no fee*’ on Queensferry flood cases.

Lawyers working for ‘no win, no fee*’ on Queensferry – safety precautions for flooding

  1. Flooding can occur in many different types of areas from the sea and from rivers or from drains. The single most important precaution is to always put your safety and the safety of others before property and pets.
  2. Make sure that you are aware of what flood warnings mean and how they work. Employers and mangers of a property used by the public have responsibilities to keep those properties safe.
  3. The first flood warning is termed a FLOOD WATCHlow lying land and roads are expected to be flooded so listen to the local news and weather forecasts and be prepared to act quickly.
  4. The second flood warning is a FLOOD WARNINGflooding of homes and businesses is expected and you should act immediately. This means that you should be prepared to evacuate immediately if required. You may need to turn off gas, electricity and water if it is safe to do so.
  5. The third flood warning is a  SEVERE FLOOD WARNINGextreme danger to life and property, injuries and loss of life are possible. You should be ready to evacuate immediately and should avoid electrical sources. Do not walk or drive through flood water. Watch out for the emergency services who will direct you further.
  6. The final flood warning is an ALL CLEARthe flood watches and warnings are no longer in place. However, this certainly does not indicate that it is actually safe for you, your employees or members of the public to return to properties that have been flooded as there could be electrical, sharp and infection hazards.
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