Calculating loss of pension in personal injury and clinical negligence cases is highly complex given the variety of pension schemes, and changes in legislation in the UK making this more common place in the context of claims.

Our team of forensic accountants undertake a large amount of work in this complex area, either on a standalone basis or in conjunction with loss of earnings claims. We are regularly instructed to provide loss of pension reports / schedules in both Claimant and Defendant cases.
We apply our forensic accounting expertise to provide detailed assessments and calculations to present a figure that is representative of the substantiated level of pension loss to the Claimant, and in consideration of multiple scenarios.
We can undertake work on both a Single and Joint basis, and our experience and advice in this area can add real value to the running of a case. We also have experiences of dealing with cases involving international elements.

Pension Loss Reports – Call William Klien on 01902 393 940

Our forensic accountancy expertise in this area encompasses:

  • Gathering all relevant pension scheme information
  • Reviewing cases presented
  • Assessing and quantifying alternative calculations
  • Assisting in negotiation
  • The preparation of detailed pension loss reports
The level of pension loss often depends on the severity of the accident / negligence and subsequent impact on the Claimant as a result.
We undertake a large volume of cases involving pension loss calculations and have considerable expertise and experience to assist solicitors, insurers and counsel, particularly in complex cases involving future loss and fatal / catastrophic cases.
Our team are fully au fait with both private and public pensions and have particular expertise in handling cases that involve Claimants employed in NHS, Police / Fire service, Armed Forces, Local Authority and Education.

Forensic Accounting Services – Loss of Pension Claims

Our forensic accounting expertise covers a wide range of scenarios and different pension schemes (state pensions / defined benefit pensions / defined contribution pensions). With new legislation and the introduction of the government’s Compulsory Workplace Pension Scheme, this area is likely to become even more complex and more common place.
We provide flexible solutions to meet your requirements. We are also happy to gather all relevant pension scheme information on behalf of our clients.

To discuss how we can assist you in the Loss of Pension elements in Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence cases, call us on 01902 393 940

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