Misrepresentation and/or Omissions

Your Broker May be Liable for Your Losses

Part of a broker’s fiduciary duty to an investor is to provide complete, factual information on any recommended purchase or sale of a security or investment. If the facts provided are inaccurate or incomplete, the broker may be liable for losses due to misrepresentation or omission.

Any “material fact” that addresses the nature or quality of the investment or the degree of risk involved, including background information on the company and information about company financials must be disclosed.

Contacting Meyer Wilson’s Securities Fraud Attorneys

If you have suffered financial losses as a result of a broker’s misrepresentation or omission regarding on security, you need the assistance of a law firm nationally renowned for its professional excellence and above-average settlements. Investment loss lawyers at Meyer Wilson have developed insight and strategies uniquely suited to investment fraud claims because our firm practices solely in that area of law. We have successfully handled nearly a thousand claims, recovering hundreds of millions of dollars on behalf of our clients because we thoroughly investigate claims and aggressively pursue justice.

Our practice serves clients nationwide, from Los Angeles to New York, from Columbus to Tampa. If you believe that your broker misrepresented information to you, call us or fill out our online form for a case evaluation at no cost to you.

 

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