Cavity Wall Claims Solicitors

And by way of introduction....

 
 "Hugely impressed – they really went the extra mile for me." 
 "Fantastic service – would highly recommend."
 "The third time I've used this company – can't recommend them enough."
 
The comments above are just a select few of the positive comments we've received from our supply of happy clients.
 
Whilst we carry out a range of legal services our speciality is Cavity Wall compensation claims. As such if you have been the subject of any of the following we can help pursue a claim;
 
  • Damp Walls
  • Mouldy furniture / soft furnishings
  • Unpleasant smells
  • Breathing difficulties or asthma

Thousands of homeowners are suffering because their cavity wall insulation was either badly fitted, or should never have been installed at all. 

 

If your landlord has failed to repair your home and this has caused similar problems, you may also be able to claim compensation.
 
Poorly fitted cavity wall insulation can act as a bridge for water to penetrate the walls of your house. So instead of keeping you warm it makes your house colder and damper. This leads to issues like mouldy furniture and unpleasant smells and possibly more serious problems like breathing difficulties and asthma.
 
Homes that have been neglected by the landlord may also suffer from leaking gutters, rotten window frames or cracked walls that can also lead to damp and mould. In some cases these issues can have serious results, such as subsidence or structural problems.
 
PM Law has an experienced legal team who are experts in property law and landlord/tenant issues. We will advise you whether you have a claim to compensation and we'll help you through the process.  
 

To discus matters further please don't hesitate to call our team on 0114 220 1795, or use the enquiry form on the right, and we'll be happy to discuss your requirements in further detail and confirm how we can help. 

 
 
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