If you have been mis-sold a mortgage and suffered financially as a result then you could have a case for a compensation claim.


Compensation is calculated by comparing the financial position you are in now compared with the position you would be in if you had not been mis-sold to. In most cases the compensation you can expect is intending to put you back in the same position you were in to start with.


We are aware of many cases where brokers and household-name banks have been ordered to pay tens of thousands of pounds over mis-sold policies and mortgage products.


There are strict time limits for complaining about mis-sold mortages. You have either: six years from the date your policy was sold, or three years from the date you should reasonably be aware that you have grounds for complaint; whichever is later.


Our team will work with you to determine if you have a valid claim and if so will then provide you with robust advice and ongoing assistance to take to ensure you recover any compensation you are entitled to. We are a local firm providing a personalised, specialist service.


If you have concerns or think you may have a claim, please get in touch with our team today on 01256 844888 or email enquiries@lambbrooks.com

Key Contacts

Clare Galvani

Head of Personal Injury & Mortgage Mis-Selling

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