The Relationship Between Stockbroker Misconduct and Stockbroker Duties
As an investment misconduct lawyer who has been helping harmed investors for many years, I think it’s important to understand that many cases against stockbrokers are complicated and may involve a number of accusations of misconduct. I know it’s difficult sometimes to understand the differences between the different complaints in your case, and that’s often because many of them overlap or were motivated by the same impulse.
Take, for example, a case of stockbroker misconduct in which a broker didn’t fully explain the risks of an investment in order to make it more appealing to you. This may have been motivated by the broker making a commission on that particular investment. Depending on the circumstances in the case, you may have a case against your broker for unsuitability, nondisclosure, or a breach of other duties.
What to Do if You Suspect Stockbroker Misconduct
If you have lost money and believe that stockbroker misconduct is to blame, please speak with an investment fraud attorney about your case. An experienced investment misconduct lawyer will be able to determine if you have a case and how to best pursue the goal of recovering your investment losses.
The investment misconduct attorneys with Meyer Wilson are dedicated to helping harmed investors recover their losses. Speak with us today for more information about how we can help you throughout the process of stockbroker mediation, arbitration, or litigation. We have the knowledge, experience, and resources necessary to aggressively pursue your claim and put the real focus on you and the recovery of your investment losses.