Hello. Well no, because you would have had to pay the mortgage anyway.
You may be able to claim 'some' of the interest you paid on the mortgage, but thats it.
You dont want to overclaim - otherwise even if you win you can be penalised on costs.
No, that forms personal injury, loss of amenity.
Interest maybe for 25%.
As previous indicated its included in the personal injury for psychiatric/psychological injury. You may be able to claim for 25% of interest for the period for loss of use, that is it.
Stress up to £6,850
psychological up to £4,900
You cant claim loss of time/unable to enjoy house as that is taken into account for the above.
Interest paid on that portion of the house - 25% of interest charged during duration.Alex
You need an expert report saying what type of condition it is. I am not a medical expert and would rely on such a report. I am not qualified to tell you what each are, that is for a medical expert.
I would just be relying on what that medical expert said. Alex
Please bear in mind you have only paid a minimal amount for the second question, a phone call was offered and you did not accept. I am also in and out of Court as I am a lawyer. You asked for low detail low urgency on the question.
I can not give a view on the difference, I am NOT medically qualified.
Only a medical expert can give you that definition and prognosis.
Distress - £5000
Inconvenience - time spent £19 per hour
Pain - I have already given you the bracket for this above
Damage to reputation - no more than £50,000
Distress and stress is the same if its a recognised diagnosis
Damage of reputation IS defamation, so one and part
Does that clarify? Alex
You cant add other costs like stamp duty etc as you would have had to pay those in any event.
In terms of damage to reputation it is for YOU to prove what level of loss you have suffered.
A Judge will say how did you come to that figure? You cant just pick a figure out of thin air.
I dont know what your loss is. If its loss of reputation and you are getting less work you would need an accountant to work that out.
Working out loss of that kind is beyond the remit of this site, which is a question and answer site only.
It may be you need to instruct a Solicitor who specialises in defamation claims. Alex