How our solicitors help you in your structural damages case
Our solicitors can provide you with legal advice, representation, and guidance throughout the process of making a housing disrepair claim for structural damage. This will be done on a no win no fee basis. They can help you by:
Advising you on your rights and responsibilities:
one of our solicitors can advise you on your legal rights and responsibilities as a tenant, as well as the rights and responsibilities of your landlord.
Gathering evidence: They can help you gather and organize the evidence you have collected, such as photographs and written descriptions of the damage, to strengthen your case.
Communicating with your landlord:
Our solicitors can communicate with your landlord on your behalf and ensure that they understand your concerns and the evidence you have presented.
Preparing and issuing a claim:
If necessary, your solicitor can help you prepare and issue a claim against your landlord in court. They can help you to make the case that your landlord is responsible for the structural damage and that you are entitled to compensation for any losses you have incurred, as a result of the disrepair.
Representing you in court:
A solicitor or a barrister they instruct can represent you in court, advocating on your behalf and making sure that your rights are protected.
Negotiating a settlement:
If appropriate, they can negotiate a settlement with your landlord or their representative, to avoid the case going to court.
Advising you on your options:
They will keep you updated on the case, giving you the information you need to make informed decisions about your claim.
Having our solicitors on your side, who are experts in housing law and housing disrepair claims, maximises the chances of a positive outcome in your claim.