Successful financial planning is critical for you and your family’s long-term future. When deciding where and how to invest your hard-earned money, many times an investor will turn to a stockbroker and rely on the information received to make a sound financial decision.
When you speak with a stockbroker, he or she is obligated to provide a full and fair disclosure – a balanced presentation that includes both the positives and negatives of a particular investment, and the ways you can make or lose money.
Often times a broker will tell you about the good, but not the bad, of an investment. Many of our cases involve investment misrepresentation or investment fraud, and, as a result of these events, investors suffer significant losses because they were not told the truth or the risk of an investment. It is important to remember that a broker must always explain the risk and nature of an investment – a failure or omission to do so constitutes as fraud. View our latest video on misrepresentation here.
The attorneys at Dimond Kaplan & Rothstein, P.A. represent investors who have been defrauded by brokers and the firms who allowed them to operate. If you have been the victim of misrepresentation or investment fraud, you may have certain legal rights that require your immediate attention. Contact us to schedule an appointment or consultation today.