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Can I file a claim for housing disrepair against my landlord?

Yes, a housing disrepair claim can be filed against your landlord who does not make the necessary repairs asked by the tenant. Your landlords are legally obligated by law to guarantee that the rented property is suitable for you and any other occupants. As a result, they will be responsible for any and all problems and repairs that may arise on the premises.

So if you haven’t heard back from your landlord after days of informing them about the damages to the property. You can claim compensation against them with the help of a housing disrepair claim.  

Find out if you have a housing disrepair claim

If you have a housing disrepair claim, you should be aware of the various conditions that distinguish these claims. Some are easier to understand, while others make it more difficult to process.

  • Flooding & Leaks
  • Pest infestation
  • Structural damage
  • Boilers and electricity
  • Ceiling repairments
  • Gutters and drains
  • Damps and mold
  • Heating problems
  • Vegetarian Growth
  • Unsafe Flooring & Stairs
  • Vermin
  • Rotting Windows
  • Damaged/worm brickwork
  • Any other damage (no matter how minor)

Our expert panel contains arguably the finest property litigation solicitors and through the process, they will advise you of all the important aspects that will make your case stronger. Working on repair compensation is a regular part of their job as they are familiar with all the obstacles that may cause trouble.

Why you should make a housing disrepair claim?

The UK residents have the right to live and reside in a safe environment. Their homes need to be as comfortable as they like. The housing disrepair issues on the other hand make it a lot difficult for them to spend a good time in the rented property.

Additionally, the reason thousands of people apply for housing disrepair claims is because of the effects it can have on their health.

Leaks, pest infestation, damps, mould, and unsafe interior & exterior could have a serious impact on your physical and mental well-being. Not to add this also affects your finances as you will have to pay for medical costs and the days you took off during your health problems.

Keeping in mind all these troubles that housing disrepair causes, you should consider applying for a housing disrepair claim.

Uncovering the compensation for housing disrepair

If you have repeatedly asked your landlord to repair the rented property that you reside in and still they refuse to help you with your request, then you are eligible for housing disrepair compensation. Let’s have a look at what the compensation amount covers and how it gets calculated.

The amount you will eventually get awarded is based on the troubles you had in your landlord’s rented property. The compensation amount depends on,

  • Your financial loss.
  • The cost of all the repairs.
  • physical and mental stress.
  • And any secondary cost because of repairs.
  • The extent of the damages and repairs required.

You can check out more about what you might be due for your housing disrepair claim by contacting our legal experts.

So, if you have been living in a poorly handled property and have been neglected by your landlord then contact us and we will help you in recovering your damage.

We work on a No win No fee basis, so you don’t have to worry about a thing and let us handle the pressure.

No win No fee

Our panel of dedicated solicitors offers a ‘No Win No Fee’ service on Personal Injury, Housing Disrepair and Financial Claims. ‘ No Win No Fee’ is an agreement between you and your solicitor which means they will work for you without you having to pay anything upfront, or anything if your case is unsuccessful. 

Full terms and conditions will be included in your solicitors agreement. For more information visit our ‘No Win No Fee’ page.

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Clinical, Medical & Dental Negligence

If you had an elective surgery such as a total hip, knee or shoulder replacement, a complex trauma surgery or even a simple procedure which has gone terribly wrong, or perhaps you were misdiagnosed or your conditions worsened significantly after medical intervention, there may be grounds to make a claim for any malpractice which has caused injury, adverse effects, suffering or loss. This also includes child birth too. Negligence and breach cases come in many forms which can be genuine but costly mistakes, poor medical standards, or a serious breach of duty which can impact a patient’s health, safety, appearance, and wellbeing. Legal Assist has a dedicated panel of medical negligence solicitors which are specialists in complicated negligence matters. They have helped claimants all over the UK claim the compensation they deserve against the public and private health sectors. You can start a medical negligence claim within 3 years of finding out about the negligence or breach, or if you were a child at the time of the treatment, you have 3 years from the date of your 18th Birthday to make a claim.

Housing Disrepair

If you are a housing association or local council tenant that’s experiencing disrepair such as damp, mould, structural defects, and leaks in your home, Legal Assist has a panel of law firms which specialise in housing disrepair claims so you can seek the repairs and compensation you may be entitled to. Our panel members are experienced professionals ready to tackle any challenges you face. 

Did you know that housing disrepair is a legal responsibility of the council or housing association!

Damp & Mould

Rotting Windows

Damaged Brickwork

Leaking
Roof

Faulty Heating

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