As an investor, you trust financial advisors to guide you to wise investment decisions based on your unique needs and best interests.
Unfortunately, not all financial professionals deserve this trust. Every year, negligent and fraudulent financial advisors cost investors millions of dollars in preventable economic losses.
If you suffered a financial loss due to a professional advisor's misconduct, consult with one of our attorneys at Meyer Wilson immediately. We may be able to help you and your family recover compensation in Pennsylvania.
Financial advisors are in a position of trust, and their clients depend on them to act with integrity and honesty when recommending investments or handling other aspects of their financial portfolios.
If you have a claim against a financial advisor, Meyer Wilson can help you navigate the legal process of seeking accountability and compensation for your losses. That includes:
Retaining an attorney to represent you in your Pennsylvania advisor misconduct case could be the wisest decision you make as a victim of negligence or fraud.
Our lawyers have extensive experience litigating securities cases and other matters of investment misconduct, and do not shy away from even the most complex claims. We have the experience and resources you need to build a strong case, and pursue a financial recovery of your investment losses.
Advisor misconduct refers to the wrongful mismanagement of an investor’s account. It can describe many actions or failures to act that a reasonable and prudent financial professional would not have made in similar circumstances.
All types of advisor misconduct, both negligent and intentional, could lead to significant financial losses for the client. At Meyer Wilson, our attorneys leverage over a century of experience to help investors who’ve experienced financial losses due to a range of fraud and misconduct. This includes:
Investment fraud and financial advisor negligence could cost you thousands of dollars in preventable losses. Whether the financial professional in charge of your account committed negligence or intentional fraud, the lawyers at Meyer Wilson can help. We have handled Pennsylvania financial advisor misconduct on behalf of clients for decades.
You might have a case against an individual or brokerage corporation if you lost money due to an unsuitable investment or another form of misconduct. Your lawyer may need to help you prove your case during settlement negotiations and/or a fraud lawsuit in Pennsylvania. The main elements required for most misconduct claims are duty, breach of duty, causation, and damages.
The financial advisor must have had a professional relationship with you at the time of the alleged misconduct. The individual must have owed you a duty of care, such as to provide reasonable advice, and be guilty of breaching this duty. A breach could be a purposeful or accidental act. The breach must have caused your damages, and you must have suffered specific losses to bring a claim.
A lawyer from Meyer Wilson can tell you if you have grounds for a lawsuit after listening to your story.
Advisor misconduct could cause significant financial strife for an unsuspecting investor. If you or a family member recently suffered economic losses because of any type of misconduct by a financial professional, contact our law firm to schedule a free consultation.