The mis-selling of financial policies, products and mortgages is at fever pitch and now firmly in the public eye. No doubt you will have heard the many adverts on TV and radio urging consumers to take action.


For many of us, our mortgage is the biggest and most important loan that we will ever take out. Therefore it is vital that you have the right mortgage to fit you and your own personal set of circumstances.


The Financial Conduct Authority regulates mortgage advisors and lenders, setting out stringent rules and regulations regarding the advice that must be provided to clients. However, over the years it has become apparent that many lenders or brokers have failed to provide detailed advice to their clients, which, in the worst cases, can see homeowners in grave financial difficulty and even faced with losing their homes.


According to the FSA, it is estimated that during 2007-2008 more than 50% of interest only mortgages were mis-sold as individuals were not required to provide proof of earnings. Does this sound familiar?


We can help if you have been mis-sold a mortgage and will strive to get you the compensation you are entitled to.

Working With You

We work on a ‘no win, no fee’ basis and work tenaciously to get you the compensation and peace of mind you deserve.

Our team of litigators are specialists in mortgage mis-selling and offer a free assessment to determine if you have a claim. We advise you of the best route to take and keep you updated on the progress every step of the way.

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Clare Galvani

Head of Personal Injury & Mortgage Mis-Selling

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