Do you feel ignored by your landlord despite raising concerns about disrepair? If so, we can help. You don’t have to settle for poor living conditions!
DisrepairClaim.co.uk can help both Social / Council Housing tenants in bringing a claim to fix repairs and receive compensation while doing so.
If you have contacted your landlord about repairs that need to be carried out but you are being ignored, let our experts help. Start your journey of getting your home back today.
DisrepairClaim.co.uk is a Housing Disrepair claims management company who has an expert panel of solicitors with years of experience within housing legal disputes. Our expert panel can bring forward a claim on your behalf against your landlord to get any disrepair fixed.
We want to ensure that everyone has a home that is safe, warm, and free of any nasty damp or mould. We take on rogue landlords who refuse to listen to tenants, and refuse to carry out repairs that are required by law.
One tenant at a time, we are helping to make sure the country has no longer has to put up with dangerous, inhabitable properties.
Once you fill out our easy-to-use enquiry form, a member of our panel will get in touch to discuss your current disrepair issue. We will then tell you if you are eligible to claim or not, based on the evidence you have provided.
A member of the team will then call to arrange a FREE visit to take images and assess the issues. This will provide us with evidence to ensure the landlord carries out the repairs.
A member of the team will then contact your landlord on your behalf, presenting the evidence and negotiating your compensation. Either your landlord settles the claim out of court and agrees to fix the repairs, or a court will decide the outcome. Our panel of solicitors will explain the process of the claim in much more detail should you be eligible.
Our team deal with rogue landlords every single day, and understand how to get them to finally carry out the repairs in your home. Our expert panel have years of experience within the housing disrepair industry, and can tell you straight away whether you are eligible to claim compensation.
We are also fully FCA regulated, meaning we are a firm you can trust, and take all of our cases on a No Win, No Fee basis.
At DisrepairClaim.co.uk, we believe in justice for all. This means not pricing anyone out of expert legal advice. This is why we offer all of our claims on No Win, No Fee basis. This means you do not pay any upfront legal fees, and we are willing to take the risk of earning nothing at all if we fail in your claim for compensation.
We will agree a success fee beforehand, and if we are successful, will receive a percentage of your damages. If your case is unsuccessful, you pay nothing at all.
Before taking on a No Win, No Fee agreement, we will fully assess your claim to determine whether we think you have a valid case.
DisrepairClaim.co.uk is trading name of Fairweather Claims Ltd. We are fully regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority, FCA number 935899. This means the FCA supervises us and ensures we always meet their strict standards.
You can be confident in dealing with an FCA regulated firm like DisrepairClaim.co.uk, as the FCA make sure consumers have an appropriate degree of protection within the financial and claims industry. The FCA protects and enhances the integrity of all firms who are regulated by the watchdog.
For Your Information
DisrepairClaims.co.uk do not give legal advice; Our service is limited to the process and administration of compensation claims. You do not need to use a claims management company to make a claim. You have the right to use the Housing Ombudsman to seek redress for free.
The No Win No Fee Success Fee for getting your housing disrepair compensation is based on which expert panel member we refer you to. Our panel consists of Satchell Moran Solicitors Limited, Bond Turner Limited, Smooth Commercial Law Limited, DW Marketing Limited.
The No Win, No Fee varies, but is generally between 25%+VAT - 50%+VAT. We do not have a termination fee for housing disrepair claims.