What We Charge
We work alongside a team of dedicated solicitors who are motivated to achieve a good success rate. Our team of solicitors and surveyors operate on a no-win, no-fee contract so if your solicitor is not successful in winning the claim for you then you will not be charged.
What Happens If I Win?
If the case is successful, then you will receive the compensation that you are entitled to, minus the pre-agreed fee, which is normally 25%. That fee goes to your solicitor.
Why Claim for Damage Caused By Cavity Wall Insulation?
Since the 1980s, millions of people have had their homes damaged because of poorly installed cavity wall insulation. It is widely accepted that a large percentage of UK homes had insulation installed using processes that did not meet the standards set by the Cavity Insulation Guarantee Agency. Those homeowners now have problems with damp in their homes.
Cavity Wall Insulation, Loft Insulation & Boiler Grants for Homeowners on Benefits
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- Income-based JSA
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- Industrial Injuries
- Disablement Benefits
- Pension Guarantee Credit
- Personal Independence Payment
- Severe Disablement Allowance
- War Pensions Mobility Supplement
- Working Tax Credits
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Common problems such as…
No Win No Fee Cavity Wall Insulation Claims
Cavity Wall Insulation (CWI) has proved to be an ongoing scandal affecting literally millions of people in the UK. In a scandal that could rival PPI, claims of faulty cavity wall insulation could be described as a problem.
We have led the charge for retrofitting the cavity wall insulation, which suffers moisture and mould as a result. Customers have had an inspection of his property carried out which revealed that the insulation of the cavities had caused mould and moisture in his house, as well as mould on walls and ceilings.
The apartment was fitted with a cavity insulation that was never suitable for installation and the contractor involved failed to install the insulation properly or in any part at all. Experts now claim that the insulation of the cavity walls should never have been installed, but is unsuitable for other objects and should not be offered as a replacement. We have produced a report which confirms that it was incorrectly installed in this case, but does not see the cause of mould and moisture in the cavity insulation and instead accuses the client of not maintaining the object properly. Not to mention that mould has been affected and is caused by cavity insulation without compensation. This is rarely resolved to the satisfaction of the homeowner and often results in a loss of money for the homeowner.
We claim that the satisfaction rate of those making claims has increased in recent years, with the number of requests for cavity wall insulation having increased significantly.
Be aware that the “no win without fee” rule may not apply to you and if you win, a fee will be charged. Many claim and do not make a profit on the insulation of cavity walls.
The advantage of the claim is that when you get your money back, you can use it to help remove your claim for a cavity wall. To start claiming no fee, contact our team.
If you are a victim of the cavities insulation scandal, you can call us to get a free initial consultation. We have an experienced team who will advise you and guide you through the process of your cavity wall insulation requirements. Victims of cavity walls and insulation are legally advised and supported by Us. in this respect.
In most cases, there is no profit or even fee agreement for representing claims for cavity wall insulation. You can pursue your CWI case on a win-no-fee basis, i.e. you do not pay any fees, but if you are unsuccessful, you are not entitled to compensation for the loss of your claim for cavities insulation.
It may be possible to claim a refund or reduction in rent if you are unable to use certain rooms in your house due to the problems that have occurred. You may also seek compensation for personal injury, for example in the event of an accident or injury to your body or property.
If your home has been damaged by the installation of cavity wall insulation and you believe that your property may be affected, you should consider whether a claim for cavity wall insulation is possible in order to receive the appropriate compensation you deserve to remedy the situation. If you have made a claim for defective cavity walls and insulation, you can contact us for more information. You can also call us if you have ever been damaged or your home has been “bloated” by the installation of cavity walls or insulation to discuss a no vote. Win no fee cavity walls and insulation claim. Once you call your lawyer, we will guide you through the blog and try to claim damages for damaged or faulty cavity wall insulation.
If you are considering a CWI claim, we will check whether cavity wall insulation is suitable for your individual property. We will work with an expert who specialises in properties damaged by cavity walls and insulation.
This type of insulation can absorb moisture and requires vapour barrier insulation on the interior walls, which is not possible with a small, perforated retrofit kit. If your object has an inner cavity wall with an outer wall, such as a window or door, it may be suitable for cavity walls and insulation, although it is always prone to problems.
In many cases we have seen that CWI installers should not proceed with cavity wall insulation on an interior wall of a residential building. It can also be problematic that cavity walls and insulation were not installed at the time of construction of the property, but instead carried out using the so-called retrofit process.
However, for some claims, working with a panel of lawyers can seem complex and they may not have experienced the complexity of conducting cavity cases. It is helpful to speak to a claims expert who is familiar with the processes and challenges, as they can access your claim based on the information you provide and can advise accordingly. You may be fortunate enough to have the support of an expert in your field, such as a lawyer or even a law firm, but even if you do not, it is crucial to your chances of success to get the best evidence as soon as possible.