Investments are increasingly complicated to navigate, so it isn’t unusual for both individuals and businesses to work with a financial advisor to achieve their goals.
But what if your advisor gives you bad advice? If your dreams are shattered because of bad investments, are you simply out of luck or should you sue for damages? It can be hard to tell when you’ve been legally wronged as opposed to just unfortunate. Here are some of the signs that it’s time to talk to an attorney:
All of these are signs that your financial advisor committed a breach of their fiduciary duty toward you. You may be due the value of your lost investments and profits, other losses and compensation for all of the emotional distress and trouble you have endured as a result. Find out more about how our office may be able to help you work to recover damages whether you operate a business or are a private investor.