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If you live in any type of rented accommodation, including council accommodation, or a house owned by a private landlord, or even university, and have suffered injury as a result of housing disrepair, then it's likely you're entitled to compensation from your landlord. 
 
Tenants in rented accommodation should be protected from hazards and injury, and landlords are required by law to make sure that the property they are renting to you meets certain standards of health and safety. If you have been injured in rented accomodation as a result of landlord negligence, then get in touch with MG Legal's specialist solicitors today to discuss your potential claim.  
 
 
Get in touch today to start your housing disrepair claim for personal injury compensation 
MG Legal accept all Housing Disrepair claims on a "No Win, No Fee" basis and have a success rate of over 99% 
 
 

Can you sue your landlord for pain and suffering? See below: 

If you are living in rented accommodation, and your landlord hasn’t provided you with a safe place to live, causing you to be injured, then you could make a No Win No Fee claim for personal injury compensation. Remember, our personal injury solicitors can assist you to make a claim for personal injury compensation, no matter whether you're renting from a private landlord, a letting agent, a housing association, the local council, or a university. 

What is a housing disrepair claim for personal injury? 

Generally speaking, a housing disrepair claim for personal injury compensation is where you, a family member, or another housemate, has been injured as a result of negligence on behalf of your landlord. 
 
All landlords operate subject to the Landlord and Tenant Act of 1985. This Act sets out a number of rules that landlords must stick to, in order to ensure safe living conditions for their tenants and prevent personal injury. 
 
Under these rules, landlords must: 
 
Repair any broken, or unsafe, doors or windows 
Carry out regular electrical checks of the appliances in the property 
Carry out pest control if necessary 
Re-plaster any damaged or crumbling ceilings or walls 
Repair any cracks or damage causing water to enter the property 
Repair any broken flooring, tiles, brick work, or roofing 
Conduct re-wiring of the property if necessary 
 
If you or anybody else has been injured in the property as a result of negligence on behalf of the landlord, and their failure to conform to these rules, then you may be eligible to make a housing disrepair claim for personal injury. Contact MG Legal’s specialist team of solicitors today for a no-obligation discussion of your potential claim for personal injury. 

Can I make a housing disrepair claim for personal injury? 

If you are reading this page then you may be wondering, ‘am I eligible to sue my landlord’, or ‘can I sue my landlord for personal injury’. MG Legal’s specialist landlord claims personal injury solicitors are here to help. 
 
As stated above, if your landlord breaks their duty of care to you in any way, as specified in the Landlord and Tenant Act of 1985, then you could be eligible to make a housing disrepair claim for personal injury. However, our housing disrepair solicitors know that no two cases are the same, and no two injuries are the same. For this reason, we would always advise you to get in touch with our team for a cost-free discussion of your potential claim with a specialist solicitor in order to establish whether or not you have a valid housing disrepair claim for personal injury. 

Are there time limits on making a housing disrepair personal injury claim? 

As with all personal injury claims, subject to the Limitation Act of 1980, you have three years from the date of the accident to make a claim for personal injury in a housing disrepair claim. If you were unaware of the injuries sustained until a later date, then you instead have three years from this date to make the claim. 
 
Time limits are different for minors under the age of 18, and they instead have three years from the date of their 18th birthday to make a housing disrepair claim for financial compensation. 
 
For any more information on time limits for your specific claim, or how long the process will take, get in touch with MG Legal’s specialist housing disrepair personal injury solicitors, here. 

How do I make a personal injury housing disrepair claim against a landlord? 

If you have suffered injuries of any kind in rented accomonation, as a result of housing disrepair, then you can easily contact our team of housing disrepair claims solicitors, and we’ll get back to you within one working hour to discuss your potential claim. 
 
We’ll simply ask you what has happened, and if we choose to accept your claim, we will do so on a no win no fee basis. Our solicitors settle all personal injury matters as pro-actively as possible, whilst obtaining the maximum personal injury compensation for our clients, so you will never be in the dark about how your claim is going.  
 
When you instruct MG Legal, you will only deal with the same designated solicitor theoughout the process, until their personal injury claim is settled. Your personal injury solicitor will also be at the end of the phone at any time to answer any questions or queries that you may have. 
 
To get the ball rolling with your personal injury claim for housing disrepair, simply get in touch with our specialist team of solicitors, here, and hear back from us within one working hour. 
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