Breach of Fiduciary Duty

Fiduciary duty requires people who are in a position of trust and confidence, such as a financial advisor, to maintain the highest ethics, putting the investor's best interests before his or her own. Advisors can breach this fiduciary duty through fraudulent actions, failure to disclose necessary information, unsuitable investment recommendations, and acting out of their own self-interest.

If you're an investor who has a dispute regarding the inappropriate actions of a brokerage firm or an individual broker, claims will benefit from mandatory securities arbitration before the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA). 

Our attorneys at Eccleston Law have experience handling cases relating to investment losses. Our industry knowledge and experience within other areas of securities give us a greater understanding of our clients' situations and the means necessary to recover their lost investments. Contact Eccleston Law to schedule a personal telephone conference with our team of attorneys today. 

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