Mis-sold pension claims
Expert advice from the specialist pension mis-selling solicitors
Have you lost hard earned money following bad or inadequate financial advice on your pension arrangements? Were you advised to transfer from a company pension scheme to an alternative such as a SIPP? Our pension mis-selling solicitors are here to help you work out whether you have strong grounds for compensation, and if you do, they will fight hard to recover your losses for you.
Most financial advisers perform their role to the highest standards and in the best interests of their client. Sadly however, some do not, either due to lack of knowledge or simply for their own gain. If you’ve been a victim of poor or misleading advice you may have lost a large part of your pension pot or even everything you’ve worked so hard for.
We know this is a stressful time and we’re here to support you. Our financial litigation solicitors specialise in mis-sold pension transfer claims. They will quickly assess your situation and advise you on how best to move forward.
One of our pension mis-selling specialists will be in touch very soon.
How our experts can help you
Our expert solicitors will support you at every step, starting with an honest assessment of your situation and your chances of success, so you know what to expect. If there is a claim to be made, we will rise to the challenge and fight hard on your behalf to recover all the money you have lost.
Our vast legal expertise and our deep understanding of pensions, investments and the regulatory landscape surrounding financial advice will give you a clear edge in the most complex and challenging negotiations.
Speak to one of our financial mis-selling solicitors now if you think you may have been:
- Mis-sold a defined benefit or final salary pension transfer if you worked in the public sector such as the NHS and emergency services, government, the Civil Service, or teaching
- Mis-sold a defined benefit or final salary pension transfer if you worked in a previously nationalised industry such as British Steel, British Rail, British Coal, BT, or as a dockworker or miner
- Wrongly or poorly advised to move your retirement savings into a SIPP
- Wrongly or poorly advised on using your pension to provide a regular income such as an annuity or drawdown pension
- A victim of commission “churning” i.e. your adviser appears to be moving your money from one product to another in order to earn more commission for themselves, regardless of whether you win or lose financially from the move.