Housing Disrepair Claim.

If you rent your home you could be at risk from housing disrepair.

All landlords are required to ensure your home is in a good state of repair and is completely safe to live in, and failing to do so can cause problems such as a leaking roof, a broken boiler or unsafe flooring.

Whether you live in a flat, house or bungalow your home could be showing signs of housing disrepair. It can cause stress, worry and damage to your home and personal belongings as well as causing serious injury. If you are faced with housing disrepair you could be entitled to make a housing disrepair claim for compensation.

Who Can Make a Housing Disrepair Claim?

If you rent your property and your landlord is not making the necessary repairs or they are failing to ensure your home is a safe and secure place to live, you could be entitled to make a housing disrepair claim.

Housing disrepair covers a wide range of problems, from minor issues to those that are much more serious. As housing disrepair claims can be made for such a variety of problems, it is advisable to speak to one of the team at Lewis & Co. to establish whether you are entitled to claim.

What Does Housing Disrepair Compensation Cover?

If you are successful in making a housing disrepair claim then you are likely to receive compensation. Compensation is calculated on a case by case basis and covers things such as personal injury, damage to belongings, expenses, lost wages and more.

Each case is different and the compensation you are entitled to will reflect the specific damage caused. Generally, compensation is awarded to make up for the damage done physically, emotionally and financially.

How Can Lewis & Co. Help?

At Lewis & Co. we are experienced in helping people make a housing disrepair claim for compensation. Housing disrepair can hugely affect your quality of living and therefore we work quickly to ensure all issues are resolved as soon as possible.

If you believe you are entitled to claim housing disrepair compensation or require more information, get in touch. Contact us today on 0203 781 7810 or via our online contact form.

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