Housing Disrepair Claims
Is your housing association or council refusing to help you?
If yes, then you might be able to make a claim for housing disrepair compensation. For a free assessment of your disrepair claim, contact us today on 0808 273 0900 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. If you prefer, you can fill out our online contact form and we’ll call you back at a time that is convenient for you.
Specialist Housing Disrepair Solicitors
We believe that everyone deserves to live in a safe and well-maintained home. So, if you are suffering as a result of poor living standards because your home isn’t safe for you and your family to live in, then we can help you.
As specialist social housing solicitors, we represent tenants of council and housing associations who, despite having made housing complaints and reporting the issues to their landlord already, are still living in a house that isn’t in a fit and safe state.
Housing Legal Advice on Disrepair Issues
Your landlord, whether it’s the housing association or council, is obliged to keep your house in good repair. If they fail to do so, we can:
Get a professional surveyor
to complete an inspection
of your property
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How much does it cost to bring a Housing Disrepair Claim?
We understand that sometimes tenants are worried about making a claim against their landlord. However, as a tenant, you are protected! Your landlord is not allowed to evict you for making a disrepair complaint or claim, and they are legally required to ensure your home is safe and in good repair. We can guide you through the whole process and help you claim the housing disrepair compensation you deserve.
In most cases, we can take on your claim on a no win, no fee basis, meaning that if the claim is not successful, you won’t have to pay a penny in legal fees.
As a tenant, you have rights and you don’t have to suffer unnecessarily. You are entitled to:
- A structurally sound building that is safe to live in
- Properly working drains and gutters
- An adequate heating system
- Safe access to water, gas and electricity
- Working sanitation, including basins, sinks, baths and toilets
- A home free from damp
- A property free from vermin