Housing Disrepair & Health

No Win No Fee Housing Disrepair Personal Injury Solicitors

Personal Injury arising from Housing Disrepair?

Poor housing conditions can have a significant negative impact on our health. This is especially true for children, the elderly, and people with chronic health conditions. We are one of the very few firms that deal with personal injury arising from living in poor housing conditions.

From day one you will be speaking with our Solicitors who will take your instructions. 

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Discover if you’re eligible to make a claim. Fill in the form to assess your eligibility as a council or housing association tenant for housing disrepair compensation. Matrix Solicitors, your trusted Housing Disrepair Specialists.

What Can I Claim For?

Looking to make a personal injury arising from housing disrepair claim? We’ve got you covered, below is a (non-exhaustive) list of what tenants can have issues with in a typical housing disrepair claim.

Respiratory Problems

Damp and mould can trigger asthma attacks and other respiratory problems

Nasal Problems

Exposure to mould can cause people to suffer from a constantly runny or blocked nose (known as allergic or perennial rhinitis)

Infections

Exposure to damp and mould can cause or make worse chest infections and other associated problems.

Injuries

Poor housing conditions can increase the risk of falls, burns, and other injuries. For example, inadequate lighting, broken stairs, and sharp edges can all be hazards.

Mental Health Problems

Poor housing conditions can lead to stress, anxiety, and depression. This is because people who live in poor housing may feel unsafe, ashamed, or isolated. We also understand that after complaining about the disrepair to your landlord, that their inaction can cause you stress and anxiety

How We Work

Interested in knowing the process behind making a Housing Disrepair claim? We’ve broken it down into 4 steps below, the typical claim can take anywhere between 6-18 months.

1

Initial Conversation

Send your details through one of our forms online, we will then phone to collect all relevant information and discuss your case. We’ll send you some paperwork via email to sign, we then use this to start the claim against your landlord.

2

Surveyor Inspection

A surveyor will visit your home and write a report which we will send to your landlord along with our preferred course of action

3

Landlord Makes Offer

Landlord will send us a timetable of when and what repair works will be done and how much compensation they are offering, we then send you this offer via email to accept or reject.

4

Enforce the Repairs

We make sure all of the repairs are made inline with their offer and we send you a cheque in the post for the offer amount. This is the end of the claim.

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