Housing Disrepair & Cavity Wall Claims

Housing Disrepair and Cavity Wall Claims

Clerksroom offer a nationwide service for fast track and multi track  claims, involving housing disrepair and cavity wall compensation. Our Counsel attend all courts in England & Wales in addition to drafting pleadings and providing initial advice on the prospects of a claim.  To book online, click hereor call our team of clerks on 0845 083 3000.

The following Counsel have a particular expertise for dealing with housing disrepair and cavity wall claims.

Our Counsel are always prepared to consider acting on a CFA basis. Counsel have a reputation for tough negotiating, fighting claims, tactical advice and sensible advice delivered in an approachable and professional manner, recognising the experience of our professional clients.

Counsel are also prepared to attend conferences at Chambers in Manchester, Leeds, Birmingham or Taunton, by telephone or at the office of the Instructing Solicitor. Counsel can often return papers at short notice and are always prepared to discuss cases informally on the telephone, where the need arises.

Counsel seek to offer a flexible and commercially minded but robust approach to such cases. Counsel deal with the following:-

1. Claims under the Landlord and Tenant Act 1985.

2. Claims under the Defective Premises Act 1972.

3. Advice on housing disrepair, liability, causation and quantum.

4. Advice on cavity wall claims, liability, causation and quantum.

5. Personal Injury claims attached to cases of damp or mould.

6. Drafting pleadings in relation to cavity wall and housing disrepair claims.

Andrew Mckie and Ian Skeate have recently published 'A Practical Guide to Housing Disrepair and Cavity Wall Claims' which can be found here:- http://www.lawbriefpublishing.com/product/housingdisrepairandcavitywallclaims/

Andrew and Ian also provide nationwide CPD training on this topic with regular national courses and in house training. Call 0845 083 3000 to book.


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