Can you answer yes to any of these?
You weren’t aware of how the money was going to be invested?
You were pressurised into making an investment
You weren’t fully informed of the level of risk involved
Your money was used for a high risk venture without your understanding or agreement
You were told 100% of your money would be returned but lost your money!
The investment was unsuitable for your needs
Access to your money was limited when you were told you would have full access
You think you might have been misled over charge
Promised investment returns didn’t happen
If Yes then fill out the form below for us to contact you today.
How Do Mis-Sold Pension Claims Work?
At Hemmings Howe, our experience and expertise in mis-sold pension claims enables us to provide professional support and representation for all types of cases. We take pride in offering the 100% honest and objective advice our clients need to choose an appropriate course of action.
Importantly, we refuse to pursue mis-sold pension claims unless we have complete confidence in a successful outcome.
Here’s a brief summary of how the mis-sold pension claims application process works:
- Contact a member of the team at Hemmings Howe for a brief discussion, during which the basics of your case will be considered.
- A more detailed consultation will be arranged, in order to explore the details of your claim in-depth and choose a course of action.
- Should you decide to go ahead, Hemmings Howe will handle all key aspects of your case on your behalf and provide the full legal representation you need.
- Hemmings Howe will take care of the complex and time-consuming paperwork on your behalf, minimising your involvement in the case.
- You will be kept up to date on the status of your claim at all times, ensuring you know exactly what’s happening and what to expect.
Hemmings Howe provides all of the above on a No Win No Fee basis, which means there’s nothing to pay if your claim is unsuccessful. Therefore, there is nothing to lose by finding out if you have a valid pension claim and perhaps a lot to gain.
How Long Does it Take to Process a Pension Claim?
After submitting your pension claim form, the time it takes to pursue your claim will depend on the nature and complexity of the case.
We’ll ensure you’re kept up to date throughout the process, updating you on your pension claim status and answering any questions you may have along the way.
(They’ll need to indicate their average processing and completion time, if there is one)
What’sthe Average Compensation for a Mis Sold Pension?
The amount of compensation you may be entitled to will be established on the basis of multiple factors. Examples of which include the extent to which you were misled and the nature of the promises made by your pension provider, how much money you’ve lost as a result of your mis-sold pension and the general consequences (financial or otherwise) of you having been mis-sold a pension.
For a clearer indication of how much you may be entitled to, start your pension claim online today by completing and submitting the pension claims form on this page. We’ll get back to you as soon as possible to discuss your pension claim back entitlement in more detail, after which we’ll help you choose the best way forward for your claim.
(They’ll need to indicate their average compensation sum, if there is one)
Contact Hemmings Howe to Get Started
Whether you are ready to go ahead or simply looking to discuss mis-sold pension claims in more detail, we’d be delighted to hear from you.
Contact a member of the team at Hemmings Howe anytime for an obligation-free initial consultation to discuss your eligibility for compensation.
“For many years my family and I were distraught that so much of our pension had been taken on the back of misselling we are so happy to have recovered so much “
“£80,000 lost in a heartbeat was one of the most challenging things to have happened to me in my adult life. We were told to contact Hemmings Howe to help us get our money back – it’s completely changed retirement.”
“We have claimed back £30,000 from being badly advised out my pension, we are so happy to have been through this process.”