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    Has your housing solicitor
    let you down?

    If you currently have a claim running with a housing solicitor then the following should have happened;

    A “Letter of Claim” should have been sent to your landlord and your solicitor should have received a response from your landlord within a month of the initial letter. You should have received a call regarding the next steps.

    If this has not happened give Housing Disrepair Helpline a call to discuss moving your claim to one of our experienced solicitors.

    If your landlord does not give your solicitor a report on the works that need to be done in your property then your solicitor should be employing an independent surveyor to make a report on the defects in your property with the intention of issuing your claim in court.

    If this has not happened give Housing Disrepair Helpline a call to discuss moving your claim to one of our experienced solicitors.

    Your solicitor should be in regular contact explaining to you the status of your claim.

    If this has not happened give Housing Disrepair Helpline a call to discuss moving your claim to one of our experienced solicitors.

    On average a housing disrepair claim takes 9 months from instructing a solicitor to receiving compensation.

    If this has not happened give Housing Disrepair Helpline a call to discuss moving your claim to one of our experienced solicitors.

    Transferring your claim will not cost you or your current solicitor a penny.

    Call Housing Disrepair Helpline today quoting “claim transfer” in order to receive advice if you feel that you are being let down. 0800 612 4690