Too good to be true?

Dispute Resolution - 1 minute read

We’ve all been there.  You find something you like – could be a car, a house, double-glazed windows, or in this case, some solar panels – and the salesperson gives their pitch about how good the product is.

But what happens if the product doesn’t live up to the legend?  What if the sales pitch is too good to be true?

It can lead to a claim based in misrepresentation, and the party who relied upon the false or negligent statements can seek compensation.

Homeowner Mis-Sold Solar Panels Awarded Thousands in Compensation

If you buy goods that fail to live up to a salesman's hyperbole, you may be entitled to compensation and should consult a solicitor immediately. In one case, a homeowner who had solar panels installed in the forlorn hope that they would pay for themselves within 10 years was awarded thousands of pounds in damages.