About Us

PPI Return is a division of  a national leading law firm based in the North West of England. We have expertise in many areas of law from Remortgage and Conveyancing, to Wills and Probate, Personal Injury and, of course, Financial Claims.

The PPI Return department of PPI Return consists of a skilled team of solicitors as well as qualified and unqualified legal advisors and, is headed up by senior partner.

Every member of the team is dedicated in ensuring every claim is dealt with to the best of our ability and, it is down to this dedication that the department has secured over £32 million in compensation and counting!

With so many companies popping up claiming to be able to help you reclaim mis-sold PPI policies, it’s good to know your claim in the hands of legal experts.

About PPI Return UK

PPI Return UK is one of the UK’s leading law firms. Based in Liverpool, it has been established for over 25 years and employs over 230 staff. The firm specialises in many areas of law including Financial Claims, Remortgage, Conveyancing, Equity Release, Road Traffic Accidents, Wills and Probate.

The business primarily focused on Conveyancing which accounted for for around 80% of turnover.

The hard work and endeavour of the two young solicitors paid off when, in September 1986, duo turned trio with the introduction of fellow partner, Simon Cottrell. Simon and his Litigation expertise saw rise to a new, exciting Personal Injury department.

The firm continued from strength to strength and, three years later, the Allerton branch relocated to a large office in the city centre. The Wirral office followed their colleagues some years later and the business was then streamlined to fit in with the requirements of a high profile, specialised law firm.

It wasn’t long until the business out-grew their current office space and in 2002, the company aquired Mersey Chambers, once the prestigious headquarters of Harrison Line Shipping Group, with views of the famous Liverpool waterfront.

After a 16-month renovation, the stunning Grade II listed building was fit for purpose and the GW family moved in, where they remain to this day.