Equality, Disability and Vulnerability

Social landlords encounter a high proportion of tenants who are disabled or are vulnerable in some other way. These factors can have a significant impact on the conduct of cases, and landlords can be subject to additional responsibilities under the Disability Discrimination Act 1995.

We have considerable experience of dealing with litigation involving disability and vulnerability and are able to provide advice, assistance and training in awareness of these issues in a housing context.

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15 May 2018

Housing & Regeneration


Forbes Solicitors successfully defends series of vexatious claims and allegations brought by a tenant over a 3 year period

Forbes Solicitors has successfully assisted a Social Landlord to defend the most recent in a long series of…

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Clients rate Forbes Solicitors for its 'prompt action', 'flexibility' and 'very customer-focused approach'

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You were professional and well organised allowing for the court process to run flawlessly.

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2011 Legal 500: The team at Forbes is 'responsive and proactive'.

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Forbes are so attentive, always follow things up and are excellent value for money.

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Chambers 2017: "They are friendly, professional, extremely effective advocates who always seek the best possible outcome."

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2016 Legal 500: The ?holistic, fastidious and effective? team at Forbes Solicitors is noted for its ?wealth of sector knowledge?.

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