Although there are many red flags that indicate misconduct has occurred, not the least of which is significant losses to your investment, there is no exact formula to determine whether you have a valid claim to recover losses from your financial advisor or brokerage firm. Many variables will need to be considered, including customer circumstances, losses and timelines.
If you feel like you have been wronged by a financial professional and have suffered significant losses as a result, you may have a claim against the brokerage firm. You can read more about the common types of misconduct on our website, but it is best to talk with an attorney who has a deep understanding of this area of the law. A firm with a lot of experience in representing investors against investment firms will be able to uncover and evaluate the facts of your potential claim.
The lawyers at Meyer Wilson have the expertise, experience and financial resources necessary to help you determine what course of action is best in enforcing your rights. There is never a cost for a complimentary consultation.