No tenant wants to suffer a personal injury in their home, however if you have suffered as a direct result of your landlord’s negligence then you may be entitled to some monetary compensation.
Your landlord has a responsibility to ensure the property is fir for purpose and safe to live in. The landlord is responsible for the maintenance of the following;
The structure of the building, including;
If you suffer an injury due to your landlord neglecting – intentionally or otherwise - their duties to keep the above safe and in order then you may be entitled to compensation through a personal injury claim.
An injury may be caused by tripping, falling or slipping on damaged parts of the property but it can also be a medical issue brought on as a result of other issues such as;
Our Housing team provide guidance for tenants on all housing issues. We are highly experienced at finding solutions to your housing issues and aim to address cases quickly and effectively. If you think your landlord has been neglectful in his legal obligations to ensure the property is safe and fit for purpose and has led to you suffering a personal injury, get in touch with one of our dedicated housing solicitors at Duncan Lewis.
If you want to make a Personal Injury Claim against your landlord or would like expert legal advice on personal injury matters and other housing disrepair issues, get in touch with Duncan Lewis Personal Injury Solicitors or our dedicated team of Housing Solicitors on 033 3772 0409.