How to Deal With Cavity Wall Insulation Issues


A Step By Step Guide If you are one of the millions of homes that have had cavity wall insulation installed as part of the government drive to reduce carbon emissions and have subsequently suffered from damp, mould, mildew and cold spots as well as, in some cases, wet and dry rot, then you could well be a victim of faulty cavity wall insulation Over 12 million homes in the UK have been fitted with cwi under an incentive driven by the government and funded by the energy companies in the last 5 years or so. It is now becoming clear that this has affected millions of properties and many of the homeowners are totally unaware that their damp problems have been caused by the CWI. It is now becoming clear that there is a major issue with a huge number of these installations and many homeowners are still totally unaware that their damp problems have been caused by the CWI. It is a total mess at the minute and some liken it to the wild West as some companies that have spent the last few years
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NO WIN, NO FEE – What To Look For When Choosing A Claims Lawyer.


The conditional fee arrangement more commonly known as No Win, No Fee has become increasingly popular across the UK as access to Legal Aid has diminished. However, you need to take care when entering into an agreement and ensure your understand all of the implications before signing on the dotted line. In simple terms, it is a funding arrangement between solicitor and their client which will allow the solicitor to be paid for his/her services depending on the outcome of the case. This facility enables people who may otherwise not be in a financial position to afford it, to still make personal claims. Typically, it is used to  fight for personal injury claims and unfair dismissal, for example. For these reasons,  this type of agreement is to be welcomed. If you wish to make a claim, the solicitor will carefully consider the risks involved. Should you lose the case, your solicitor will not be able to charge you their fees, but the defending party will be able to claim back all the cos
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NO WIN, NO FEE – What To Look For When Choosing A Claims Lawyer.


The conditional fee arrangement more commonly known as No Win, No Fee has become increasingly popular across the UK as access to Legal Aid has diminished. However, you need to take care when entering into an agreement and ensure your understand all of the implications before signing on the dotted line. In simple terms, it is a funding arrangement between solicitor and their client which will allow the solicitor to be paid for his/her services depending on the outcome of the case. This facility enables people who may otherwise not be in a financial position to afford it, to still make personal claims. Typically, it is used to  fight for personal injury claims and unfair dismissal, for example. For these reasons,  this type of agreement is to be welcomed. If you wish to make a claim, the solicitor will carefully consider the risks involved. Should you lose the case, your solicitor will not be able to charge you their fees, but the defending party will be able to claim back all the cos
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‘NO WIN, NO FEE’. What To Look For When Choosing A Claims Lawyer.


No Win, No Fee has become increasingly more popular across the UK as access to Legal Aid has diminished. In simple terms, it is a funding arrangement between solicitor and client which will allow the solicitor to be paid for his/her services depending on the outcome of the case. This facility enables people who may otherwise not be in a financial position to afford it, still make personal claims. Typically, it is used to  fight unfair dismissal, seek compensation or claim for negligence. For these reasons  this type of agreement is to be welcomed. If you wish to make a claim, the solicitor will carefully consider the risks involved. Should you lose the case, your solicitor will not be able to charge you their fees, but the the defending party will be able to claim back all the costs incurred whilst defending themselves. On that basis, a solicitor is only likely to accept a case that he/she feels that they have a good chance of winning. If the outcome of the case results in you being
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Botched CWI Rallying Cry!


Rallying Cry  Noun- definition     something such as a word, phrase, event, or belief that encourages people to unite and to act in support of a particular group or idea We are all aware of the story of David versus Goliath. Against all odds the small but courageous David defeated the much stronger and bigger Goliath. Here at CRISAS we are contacted daily by individuals, fighting alone for their rights, health and homes. The might of the Cavity Insulation Companies, the Cavity Insulation Guarantee Agency, the Big Energy Suppliers and even the Government, all stand in their way. We feel that the time has come to stand together. To establish a united campaign to prevent this scandal from being swept under the carpet again. Strength in numbers!!! Who Is Affected? The size of the CWI scandal still remains a matter of some debate. Of the 250,000 homes investigated by thermal imaging experts IRT Surveys Ltd ,approximately half of the homes were already affected by failing CWI. In contr
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Botched CWI Rallying Cry!


Rallying Cry  Noun- definition     something such as a word, phrase, event, or belief that encourages people to unite and to act in support of a particular group or idea We are all aware of the story of David versus Goliath. Against all odds the small but courageous David defeated the much stronger and bigger Goliath. Here at CRISAS we are contacted daily by individuals, fighting alone for their rights, health and homes. The might of the Cavity Insulation Companies, the Cavity Insulation Guarantee Agency, the Big Energy Suppliers and even the Government, all stand in their way. We feel that the time has come to stand together. To establish a united campaign to prevent this scandal from being swept under the carpet again. Strength in numbers!!! Who Is Affected? The size of the CWI scandal still remains a matter of some debate. Of the 250,000 homes investigated by thermal imaging experts IRT Surveys Ltd ,approximately half of the homes were already affected by failing CWI. In contr
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Pioneering MP Spearheads the Drive To Expose the CWI Scandal


Hywel Williams Plaid Cymru MP for Arfon, Hywel Williams has raised an Early Day Motion to draw attention to the CWI Scandal. Hywel Williams, renowned for his interest in social policy, proposed this EDM on the 1st November. An EDM is a formal submission for a debate in the House of Commons. Whilst many EDM s do not actually reach the debating stage, they often highlight a particular cause or issue. Mr Williams first raised the issue of botched CWI back in August 2015. In a press release from that month he was quoted as saying “Thousands of people installed cavity wall insulation, misled that this was a government scheme. Now the insulation is failing, letting in driving rain and leaving them with damp, mouldy homes, high heating bills, and an industry guarantee scheme under great pressure as large insulation companies go to the wall. Will the Prime Minister take a personal interest in this matter and make sure that older and disabled people in particular are not left to carry the bu
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