The BBC’s Inside Out programme hosted by North East reporter, Chris Jackson recently featured interviews with several people who had been mis-sold solar panels, together with the complex loan agreements to pay for them.
The specialist solar panel mis-selling team at TLW Solicitors are experienced in dealing with these often complex cases, including winning claims for compensation through financial lenders such as Barclays Bank directly, through the Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) and where no suitable resolution is obtained, at Court. Acting on a no-win, no-fee basis, the team may be able to recover your losses and, if the panels were bought under a finance agreement, get the outstanding finance written off.
Claims are increasing for mis-sold solar panels as customers realise they are not getting what they signed up for.
Commenting on the BBC’s coverage of solar panel mis-selling, TLW Solicitors’ Director Peter McKenna said:
“We’re pleased that the BBC have highlighted an issue that we have been dealing with on behalf of 1000s of clients for several years. In many instances clients feel vulnerable and embarrassed at being left severely out of pocket not only for past periods but also for several years to come as their finance agreements last usually between 10 and 15 years. At TLW Solicitors we are fighting to obtain our clients their proper compensation entitlement and not be fobbed off with low settlements that keep them out of pocket.”
If you or someone you know have lost money as a result of mis-sold solar panels, please get in touch with TLW Solicitors’ specialist team today for a free, no-obligation discussion.