the knotweed lawyers

Is knotweed causing you problems?

If knotweed is on your property through no fault of your own, you could be entitled to compensation

What is Knotweed?

Japanese knotweed is an invasive garden weed that could reduce the value of your home and make it difficult to re-mortgage or sell.

Did you know?

Knotweed is extremely difficult to remove and its removal is regulated to avoid it spreading further.

Our process makes claiming simple

Also, we’ll tell you instantly
whether we think you’re eligible

The information we need isn’t
difficult or hard to find

Choose The Knotweed Lawyers

How it works

how it works

You may be eligible to claim if:

Does this sound familiar? If so, you’re probably eligible to claim compensation

By claiming, we could help you:

If your assessment shows that knotweed is on your property because of the actions of somebody else, you could be able to claim compensation.


We offer our services on a no-win-no-fee basis to ensure every person, regardless of their financial circumstances, is accepted.

In the unlikely event that your claim is unsuccessful, you will not pay a penny.

No matter the circumstance, we’ll help you identify those responsible and take action

What people are saying about us

“I was so upset to find that I had been sold my house without being told there was knotweed on the property, it was supposed to be the job of the surveyor and I didn’t think I’d be able to sell my house because of it. The team were so helpful and reassured me that I could claim compensation.”
Selena Barnett
“They were pleasant to talk to and professional throughout the entire process. I would recommend them without reservation.”
Aaron Miller
“I never thought that living near an abandoned railway would cause me so many problems! I got in touch with the team, who were so helpful and explained everything, and we are now in the process of claiming against the landowner. I’ve recommended the team to my neighbours that have had the same issue and they all seem happy with how it’s being dealt with. Thank you!!”
Adeel Khan