If you have taken out any of these products and believe that you were not properly advised and this has led to financial loss as a result, then you may potentially have a claim against the seller for the recovery of these losses.
Banks, financial advisers and other regulated professionals have a duty to provide their customers with products that are suitable for their needs.
Financial mis-selling can be matter of self-interested advice on the part of the adviser, a failure to properly apprehend the buyer’s goals and circumstances or a failure to adequately explain a product’s risks. Whatever the case, if you have been left with an unsuitable product, you may be able to make a claim against the relevant bank or financial institution.
What We Do
We are able to advise on your eligibility to bring a claim to the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) redress scheme.
Claims for mis-selling are subject to strict time limits and you should therefore seek advice as soon as possible in order to avoid being time-barred from bringing a claim.
We have excellent contacts with experts in the field, including accountants, barristers and litigation funders to assess the merits of your claim at the outset and to advise on the availability of funding if required.
Contact Us Today
Whether you are an individual or a business, Wellers’ team of expert PPI solicitors and financial services litigators can help you establish your rights and options, including the possibility of claiming compensation.
We have a strong track record in this area of the law including PPI claims and mis-sold mortgages and are able to represent clients across the UK from our offices in London and the South East.
To find out more, please contact:
|Alice Lithgow (Anderson)||London||020 7481 6396|
|Joe Reeves||London||020 7481 6383|
|James Baird||Bromley||020 8290 7959|
|Rosalind Webster||Bromley||020 8290 7993|
|Leon Hines||Bromley||020 8290 7996|
|Craig Batko||Surrey||01372 750 109|
|Philip Jackson||Surrey||01372 750 100|