Mis-sold Pension

Mendelsons Solicitors are experts at recovering mis-sold pensions ,we have recovered hundreds and dozens of £££ on behalf of our clients.


We pride on our lawyers’ reputation of being friendly, approachable, down to earth and devoted to providing the best service that is possible.

Glossary of Terminology

Understanding and explaining pension terminology
You need to understand the basics how your pension works. This will ensure your future financial affairs are in order.

Mis-sold Annuities

An annuity is a policy providing a monthly income for life. When a person retires they buy an annuity once they have taken their pension fund.

Professional Negligence

Often, professional negligence claims happen after professionals give advice on matters
beyond their expertise or pass the work on to a colleague who does not have the necessary

What Can Mendelsons Solicitors Offer You

It can often be a daunting task to recover your losses or to claim yourself. At Mendelsons Solicitors you can be sure we will help you every step of the way.


Still not sure what to do yet? Our initial assessments are usually just a chat over the phone, where we can listen to what you have to say about your situation, and work out whether we can help, and how!


We only ever make claims on a No Win No Fee basis. This is because we feel people that have already lost money, shouldn’t have to pay even more money up-front to win that back!


We couldn’t have won all those mis-sold SIPP and pension cases without constant analysis, an efficient and adaptable process, and dedication to our clients.


Many people have painstakingly saved up for their pension so they will have what to live off in their twilight years. Recently it has come to light that many pension schemes and financial advisers have mis-sold pension investments whether due to negligence  or otherwise. If you have been mis-sold an investment or pension,

call Steven Mendelson today, on 0161 241 1661 email us at sjm@mendelsons.co.uk or complete our online enquiry form and we will call
you. We will then discuss your case with you and explain the next steps for you to take.