Financial adviser negligence

If you feel that you have been mis-sold financial products of any kind by a financial adviser or insurance broker in a personal or business capacity, you could be due compensation for professional negligence. Unfortunately, we live in a world which offers consumers a wide range of investment and insurance products. Some schemes can be difficult to understand, so many of us tend to rely on financial advisers or insurance brokers to consider our personal circumstances and provide us with advice and guidance on investment and insurance products. If the advice or guidance is wrong, this can cause financial hardship and may mean that you can sue your financial adviser for compensation. Contact us to discuss your situation on 0203 816 9314.

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Professional negligence claims against financial advisers

Professional negligence cases against financial advisers or insurance brokers can take many forms. The most common form is the mis-selling of a particular financial product. This could take the form of a mortgage, secured loan, life insurance policy, payment protection insurance or an equity release scheme.

Our areas of specialism include:

  • Mis-sold mortgages
  • Mis-sold loans
  • Mis-sold life insurance
  • Mis-sold payment protection insurance (PPI)
  • Mortgage fraud
  • Poor investment advice
  • Failure to disclose relevant information to insurers
  • Failure to ask relevant questions of a consumer
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