CALIFORNIA BROKER MISREPRESENTATION LAWYER
HAVE YOU BEEN DAMAGED BY BROKER MISREPRESENTATION OR OMISSION?
Stock brokers, brokerage firms and financial advisors have a fiduciary duty to supply their clients with appropriate guidance concerning their securities investments. The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has set forth policies concerning this fiduciary duty and the right of the client to take legal actions to recover their losses in the event that this fiduciary duty is breached. If you need an experienced and knowledgeable California securities fraud attorney, our firm can start today counseling you and assisting you in pursuing a legal resolution to your securities dispute.
It is important that a broker present all the material facts concerning an investment in which they are advising a client to invest. Misrepresentation, either by falsifying information or by omission is a breach of the investment advisor's fiduciary duty and thereby deemed misconduct. When all of the known risks involved in an investment are intentionally not properly disclosed by your investment advisor, and subsequent losses are incurred, the investment advisor can be held responsible. Failure by your investment professionals to give you fair advice is a violation of SEC policy and can be grounds for you to take legal action to recover any losses sustained.
SECURITIES FRAUD ATTORNEY SERVING CALIFORNIA
At The Law Offices of Jonathan W. Evans & Associates, our lawyers bring 35 years of experience representing clients in finding a favorable resolution to their securities disputes. When you have incurred monetary losses due to misrepresentation or omission by your broker, brokerage firm or financial advisor, our firm has the skill and experience you need to assist you in bringing legal action against the responsible parties. We are committed to devoting the necessary time and resources to insure that your best interests are being served.
Contact a California securities fraud lawyer from our firm today to get the support and assistance you need in your securities challenge.