Month: May 2021

Pengelly v Business Mortgage Finance 4 PLC Appeal heard alongside Wood v Commercial First Business Limited

A fiduciary relationship is not required in secret commission cases – lenders beware Background In 2005, Mr Pengelly sought to refinance two loans to raise capital and obtain more competitive interest rates. To achieve this, he relied upon the advice of UK Mortgages and Finance Service (the Broker) who subsequentially arranged a mortgage of £81,250 …

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Life & Rehabilitation Loans – Assisting claimants achieve the settlement offer they deserve

One of the main reasons that claimants accept lower value settlements is time. Time is the most precious thing we own and each day a claimant is faced with outstanding bills, specialist medical treatment or urgent home improvements that they cannot afford, they are more likely to accept a settlement offer lower than they truly …

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