Housing Disrepair Claims

Housing Disrepair Claims

If you are struggling with housing disrepair claims, our team can offer you the very best help and assistance so make sure to get in touch.

Personal Injury Claim Against Landlord

Personal Injury Claim Against Landlord

If you want to make a personal injury claim against your landlord, we are able to help you. Please get in touch for more info.

Landlord Tenant Dispute

Landlord Tenant Dispute

If you are in the middle of a Landlord Tenant dispute, our team can offer our professional assistance to help you with the claims you need to make.

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Housing Disrepair Claims

There are many reasons why people make housing disrepair claims against landlords. If you are living in a rented property which requires repairs that your landlord has not carried out, you may be able to make a claim. Depending on the situation you could get a compensation pay out to cover the loss of amenity.

Be sure to get in touch with our team to get advice on making claims for disrepair in your rented property. Our team can offer guidance on the next step to take if you’re unsure about what to do. Just fill in the contact form to speak with an expert today.

Landlord Negligence UK

When it comes to landlord negligence UK tenants often go to court to claim for compensation if the owner of their property is not upholding their responsibilities. It is up to them to repair any issues in your home if you have reported it to them. There are three main areas in which landlords are required to complete repairs to a property, these are:

  • The outside of the property including walls, foundations, roof, windows and drainage systems.
  • Bathrooms including pipework, baths, sinks and showers.
  • Utilities such as water, gas pipes, electricity, boilers and heaters.

Your tenancy agreement might also include other obligations that the building owner needs to uphold. If they are avoiding their responsibilities in these areas, you have grounds to make housing disrepair claims. Visit this page - http://www.the-claims-services.co.uk/ to find out about all the services we can help with in addition to this. Compensation can be given for ‘pain, suffering and loss of amenity’ for stress and inconvenience cause by having to live in an unsuitable environment. You could also get a pay-out if any of your personal belongings were damaged as a result of the issues which haven’t been repaired.

Housing Disrepair Solicitors No Win No Fee

In many cases you can make use of housing disrepair solicitors no win no fee agreements meaning there is no direct cost to you even if you lose. This sometimes depends on your situation and the grounds of the claims you want to make. Having an agreement like this takes away the stress from you as there won’t be any financial risk.

There are a few things you will need to do before being able to claim for compensation in a housing disrepair case. Here is what you’ll need to do:

  1. Identify the problem and report it to your landlord. It is best if this is done in writing and you keep a copy, along with a record of the date that you reported it.
  2. If the property owner does not repair the problem, send them a written reminder and keep a copy of this as well.
  3. After a reminder if they still have no completed the repair, seek help from a specialist solicitor.

Once you reach the stage where you need legal assistance, get in touch with our team and we’ll be happy to guide you through the process. Just fill in the contact form on this page and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can.

Injury in Rented Property - Landlord to Blame?

People can suffer accidental injuries all the time and it is usually no one’s fault. See more on personal injury compensation here - http://www.the-claims-services.co.uk/medical/personal-injury/ if this is of interest to you. However, there are some cases where a tenant may sustain an injury in rented property due to something which the landlord should have taken care of. For example if there is a broken handrail on a set of stairs which causes a tenant to fall and be injured, the building owner might be liable for this due to negligence.

When renting out properties for housing, landlords have to provide a standard of care in ensuring that living spaces are safe. If someone sustains an injury and the court determines that a reasonable standard of care was not given, they may be able to receive compensation.

Personal Injury Claim Against Landlord

When looking to make a personal injury claim against a landlord, there will need to be evidence that they were aware of issues in the property and did not make the effort to fix them. There also needs to be evidence that the unrepaired damage was directly linked to the injury.

Accidental injuries can happen at any time and it is not necessarily anyone’s fault. However if landlords could have foreseen the consequences of their negligence, this is where they will be at fault and potentially liable. Speak with our team today to find out if you could make a compensation claim for injuries sustained in rented housing.

Suing Landlord for Negligence Near Me

In cases of housing damage, tenants may search for things like ‘suing landlord for negligence near me’ in order to find local solicitors. We can offer advice and guidance to people struggling with problems in their homes which landlords will not fix.

Each situation will be unique and similar cases could end with completely different outcomes. It completely depends on the nature of the incident, how much evidence is available, what the lasting effects are, and many other factors. A judge will consider all of these things and award reasonable amount of compensation

Landlord Tenant Disputes UK

There are many landlord tenant disputes UK solicitors will deal with every week. It can be a tricky situation to be in and it often causes a lot of stress if you are a tenant and feel as though you can’t do anything. The dispute could involve anything from a broken shower not being repaired to mould and damp in your home causing illness. For advice on other sickness compensations like holiday illness click here - http://www.the-claims-services.co.uk/holidays/sickness/ to see what we can do.

It is best if you keep a record of any incidents along with complaints you have made and the dates on which you made them. This makes it much easier to be successful with housing disrepair claims as you’ll have written evidence of what happened.

Get More Information

If you would like to find out more about how we can help with getting compensation for landlord negligence, please feel free to get in touch with us today. Knowing when and how to make housing disrepair claims can be difficult, but our team are here to guide you through it. Just use the contact box on this page to send us a message and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.