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    Injury Claim in Vale of White Horse

    Injury Claim in Vale of White Horse

    What to do if there is a problem with your new house and how to make an injury claim in Vale of White Horse

    Whether you are renting or buying, the last thing you want is to move into a new property and then find that there is something wrong with it and have to sort this out. Moving house is well known to be one of the most stressful experiences you will go through in your life, as it involves packing up everything that you have and moving your entire life out of the house that you have called home for however long.

    This is both physically and emotionally draining, and some people can find themselves feeling very stressed and upset by the situation. This is only compounded if there is then something wrong with the house.

    • Speak to your landlord. If you are renting a property then most of the issues that come with your home are their issues and not yours. Instead of stressing yourself out trying to get these problems resolved, all you need to do is contact the landlord and arrange a time for them to come and fix the issue that is convenient for both of you.
    • Work out all of the issues. When you first move into a property, there are likely to be a number of minor problems which need fixing or which simply require your attention in some way. Go through the house bit by bit, to work out what exactly needs to be done within the house, and make yourself a list.
    • Structure your list from important to not important. Make sure that all of the issues which need to be resolved right away are at the top of your list, so that you know to get onto them as soon as possible. The least important issues may then take months or even years to sort out, but at least shouldn’t cause you any problems whilst you are trying to get to them.

    You should consider making an injury claim in Vale of White Horse

    You should consider making an injury claim in Vale of White Horse if you have been injured by your new home, or in the process of moving, as long as you feel that you have a good case for a claim. You can find out whether or not you have a good case to make a successful injury claim in Vale of White Horse by calling Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500, and the team will be more than happy to talk you through the claims process, as well as passing you over to an experienced personal injury lawyer, who can work with you on a 100% no win no fee basis to get your injury claim in Vale of White Horse processed.

    Date Published: 20th October 2014

    Author: David Brown

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