We dedicate ourselves to helping people who have suffered serious injuries to rebuild their lives. We deliver a high-quality service to ensure that each and every one of our deserving clients receives the very best advice and support. Our strong track record of success means that the vast majority of our work comes through client recommendations.
“Thank you so much again, you have changed my life”.
We know that bringing a personal injury claim can be daunting, so we offer sophisticated, modern and affordable solutions. Most cases are funded under a ‘no win no fee’ agreement.
We embrace technology and communicate with you quickly and effectively via your preferred method, be that telephone, email, text messaging, WhatsApp, Facetime and Zoom. You'll be pleased to hear that we also avoid using legal jargon when we write or speak to you! Our offices are in the North Hampshire town of Andover but because we operate a cloud-based case management system, we are operational anywhere, at any time.
We can also visit you at home, at hospital, at work – whenever and wherever is best for you. From the outset, we will give our opinion on your prospects of success, the likely value of your claim, how long it could take to resolve, and the probable costs involved.
If you suffer a serious injury you should expect excellence; you will get that from Alma Law.
"I have represented hundreds of injured troops, veterans and many grieving families in the last twenty years or more. It has been an honour and privilege to serve them." Alma Law, Founder and Director, Grant Evatt.
Before the law, Grant enlisted in the British Army straight from school aged just 16. After a compulsory 12-months of leadership training at the Junior Leaders Regiment Royal Artillery he volunteered for Commando Forces.
At a fresh faced 18 years of age, Grant passed the All-Arms Commando Course at the Commando Training Centre Royal Marines and was posted to 8 (Alma) Commando Battery of 29 Commando Regiment Royal Artillery in Plymouth where he became an Arctic and Jungle Warfare specialist; military skiing instructor; artillery surveyor; military parachutist; combat driver; combat medic; diver and Platoon Weapons Instructor.
A sports injury caused him to prematurely end a much-coveted military career and, after a year working as a Deep-Sea Diver on the multi-billion-dollar project to build the then new Hong Kong International Airport, Grant returned to the UK to embark on a less hazardous career in the law. An LLB (Hons) degree in Business Law and Law College was to follow and Grant qualified as a fully-fledged Solicitor in November 2002. Grant has also served as a Commissioned Officer in the Army Reserves, most notably in East Africa.
‘I have represented hundreds of injured troops, veterans and many grieving families for over twenty years. It has been an honour and privilege to serve them’
He and Alison live in the Test Valley, Hampshire.
If you are serving or have served in the Army, RAF, Royal Navy, Royal Marines or Reserve Forces, and were injured or suffered an accident during service, or if a loved one has died whilst serving in the military; contact us today on 01264 355477 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.