Breach of Fiduciary Duty in Investment Fraud Cases
Financial Advisors have special duties under the law when it comes to handling your money. They must put your interests above theirs. They must treat your savings with utmost care because those savings are often not replaceable. When a financial advisor handles your account in a way that benefits him at your expense he breaches his fiduciary duty. This includes misconduct such as selling you the highest commission product rather than the most prudent one; or churning your account for the primary reason to get more commissions and fees; or failing to disclose risks to you about an investment for fear you will not be interested in buying it.
There are many other ways a financial advisor can breach his fiduciary duty. If you think you might be a victim of a financial advisor that puts his interests above yours, and you have lost money as a result, you might have a claim against the firm or the individual for your losses.
Attorney that Handles Breach of Fiduciary Duty Claims against Financial Advisors
Heiner Law Offices has filed countless claims against firms and individuals that have breached their fiduciary duty when investing customer funds. When Heiner Law Offices’ founding attorney, Randall R. Heiner, supervised stockbrokers and compliance of his brokerage firm he became an expert on fiduciary duties that brokers owe to their customers. Our firm knows exactly what to look for and what to ask you when we talk to you about losses you suffered at the hand of a person investing your money.
If we determine that your investment advisor breached his fiduciary duty to you, after you hire us, we will aggressively pursue claims on your behalf against the firm or individual responsible. Our law firm has the experience and skill to get results you need. We will not be satisfied until we have done everything we can to help you get your money back. We know what to do. Let us help you.
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Contact our office today to discuss your case. We offer a free initial consultation. You can reach us by phone at 801-366-5200 or via email. We try to take every case on a contingency basis, which means we don’t collect a legal fee unless we successfully make a financial recovery for you.