Can I Claim If My Pension Was Mis-Sold?

How Do I Know If I Can Claim?

If you have been sold a pension or persuaded into transferring from a defined benefit scheme into a Self Invested Personal Pension (SIPP) that has investments such as foreign property, farm land, forestry, time share, storage pods or other unusual investments then you can likely claim.  If the financial advisor who advised you transfer or purchase the pension was regulated then a claim can be pursued.  If not, a claim can often be pursued against the SIPP trustees.  If either or both are insolvent, then you may be able to make a claim to a government scheme.

What Do I Need To Do?

Claims in relation to pension mis-selling are complex and we recommend that you take advice in relation to your claim.  Contact us today to start your claim.

How Does It Work?

We instruct solicitors on your behalf and are responsible for their fees.  If your claim is unsuccessful, then you will have nothing at all to pay to us.

If your claim is successful, then our fee is 20% plus vat of any sum recovered in respect of your claim.

Why Choose Us?

  • Extensive experience in all forms of financial mis-selling
  • Proven track record
  • Over £6m recovered for clients
  • No win, no fee claims
  • Fast, efficient service