PPI Claim Lawyers Glasgow, Scotland
Lenders such as Banks and building societies give the impression that they will look into every claim sympathetically, however, what they often do is make it very difficult for you. They delay answering your letters and move you from one Department to another in the hope that you will eventually lose patience and abandon your claim.
Reclaiming PPI from banks and building societies
Many Lenders will offer a derisory settlement as a goodwill gesture which comes nowhere near the amount that may be due to you or alternatively they simply deposit money in your account with no prior consultation with yourself and again this will not be the amount you may be due.
We at CBC Solicitors will allocate your case to one of our Partner Law Firms who have vast experience in dealing with these types of claims. We have found that Lenders respond much quicker to claims submitted by a Solicitor than they do to individual claimants.
On average your claim should take between 2-5 months. In the event of your Solicitor not being successful initially, he will submit your claim to the Financial Ombudsman. Because of our "no win-no fee" policy this will not cost you any money. To date, our Solicitors have successfully reclaimed approximately £45 Million for our clients.
We can help you reclaim PPI from these major lenders:
See their individual pages for more information.
In addition, we can initiate claims against the following lenders:
- Alliance and Leicester
- Allied Irish Bank
- American Express
- Black Horse
- Capital One
- Clydesdale Bank
- First Direct
- First Plus
- HFC Bank
- Liverpool Victoria
- Marks and Spencer
- Northern Rock
- Ocean Finance
- Picture Loans
- Ulster Bank
- Welcome Finance
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CBC Solicitors - Expert PPI Claim Lawyers Glasgow, Scotland
If you have any questions about making a payment protection insurance claim in Scotland or would like to make an appointment to talk about your situation, please contact Colin Carr on 0141 647 9851. Alternatively, fill in our online enquiry form.