Our banking and finance team are here to advise and assist private individuals who are considering pursuing a Plevin claim against a lender. We aim for close long-term relationships in order to provide straightforward advice on the various situations and opportunities that can arise in dealing with compensation for PPI. Confidential and discreet handling of all matters is a crucial part of our business.
As a law firm we are regulated by the SRA and operate under strict guidelines on compliance and codes of conduct. We adhere to strict principles that include;
If you wish to claim please click here and simply fill in the form and we will be in touch with you as soon as we can. Alternatively, please call us on 0800 599 9993 and one of our legal team will assist you.
We will never cold call customers to obtain business or harass them for unnecessary information.
Each case is dealt with on its merits and is handled by an individual case worker that has legal training. We may be introduced to you by a Claims company but will only act on your behalf if you are happy with us to do so and only with your written instruction. We act for you as the client and regardless of any interests of an introducer or fee sharer. We seek to ensure that any introductions have not violated applicable data protection rules.
Our fees are only paid if you win your case and represent our costs for the specialist work that we do.
Key legal decisions have fundamentally altered the opportunities for consumers to bring claims to recover their PPI. The judgement in Plevin vs Paragon Personal Finance (2014) allows our customers to bring an unfair relationship claim based on non-disclosure of commissions. Other recent cases have upheld this judgement and previously rejected PPI complaints can now be re-opened on fresh grounds.
The FCA has issued rules and guidance in handling complaints in light of Plevin. The FCA’s approach confirms a 50% commission ‘tipping point’ at which firms should presume that the failure to disclose commission gave rise to an unfair relationship. They state that the profit share should be included in firms’ calculation of commission and redress will be calculated as the excess commission over the 50% tipping point.
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Monday-Friday: 9am to 5.45pm
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