Next Gen Solicitors Services

No Win No Fee industry leaders. Our experts will be by your side every step of the way! Submit a claim for compensation with our help and legal support. Receive the compensation you deserve when you’ve been mis-sold a financial product.

We empower our clients to pursue a wide range of compensation claims for mis-sold financial products in the UK. From mis-sold pension schemes such as SIPPS and SSAS to legal support in relation to housing disrepair, our team is here to help. Working on your behalf, we can investigate a wide range of financial transactions. We will find out whether the investment or product described or advertised to you has been sold correctly, or whether you have been mis-sold and led to believe you were purchasing something other than what you’ve bought or invested in. While this can be frustrating to find out, with our legal help, advice, and support, we can help you claim compensation for this mistake. Feel free to reach out to our team today for more information.

Mis-Sold Pensions

Worried that you’ve been mis-sold a pension scheme? Find out what to do next and how to claim the compensation that you deserve.

Plevin Claims

Mis-sold PPI? Our team at Next Gen Solicitors can help you make a Plevin claim today.

Housing Disrepair Disputes

Landlords in the UK have a legal obligation to keep a property in a good state of repair. If you are living in a rental property that has not been properly kept, talk to our team today.

Tenancy Deposit Claims

If your landlord has not used the Tenancy Deposit Scheme to protect your deposit, you may have grounds to make a claim.

Mis-Sold Car Finance

Unaware that commission was made when you purchased a vehicle. You may be able to claim compensation for mis-sold car finance.

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Knowledge is power, and we believe in providing our clients with the best possible advice and support in relation to mis-sold pensions, housing disrepair cases, and the latest government advice. Check out our latest articles below.