PPI cases against MBNA could set precedent

Barry J Whyte

Chief Feature Writer @whytebarry
14th January, 2015

Five people will take cases against MBNA in Carrick-on-Shannon this week over payment protection insurance (PPI) they feel they were mis-sold.

Experts believe these could be pathfinder cases for future PPI claims.

Cases filed against the financial firm by Damien Tolan, Edward O’Sullivan, Sile Murphy, Helen Haverty and Marguerite Boland will be heard in the district court on Tuesday, but Eoin McGlinchey, a senior associate with Coleman Legal Partners believes that there could be hundreds...

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