Negligent Investment Management

Financial advisors and brokers sometimes just make mistakes, with no ill-will intended. This commonly comes in the form of retirement planning negligence or failing to diversify a portfolio. As businesses shift to defined contribution plans, such as 401(k) plans, more look to financial advisors for sound advice on how to effectively save for retirement. If you feel that you've lost investments due to your advisor or broker's inattentiveness, negligence, or failure of due diligence, you may be able to recover those losses.

The securities attorneys at Eccleston Law are well versed in the financial industry, matters relating to retirement planning negligence and fraud. We represent investors in New York, Chicago, Florida, and nationwide. Our attorneys also practice in other areas relating to securities, such as securities fraud, breach of fiduciary duty, and more. Schedule a telephone conference with an attorney at Eccleston Law today. 

Speak With an Attorney

Latest News & Articles
Read More

Traders Engage in Boom-or-Bust Options in Stock Market

The stock options market is experiencing a surge in activity, as many individual investors are eagerly engaging in trades that expire within hou...

Read More

Read More

Former LPL Affiliate Compliance Chief Suspended by FINRA for Unauthorize...

The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) fined and suspended Jeffrey K. Kirkpatrick, a former chief compliance officer at a registere...

Read More

Read More

Former Creative Planning Staff File Lawsuit Challenging Non-Compete Agre...

Four former employees of Creative Planning have filed a lawsuit, alleging that their non-compete agreements with the firm unlawfully restrict th...

Read More


I am grateful to have found an outstanding law firm that specializes in securities matters. My lawyers were extremely knowledgeable, diligent, and are skilled litigators. No stone was left upturned. As a result of their experience and tenacity, the arbitration proceeding was dismissed in my favor.

Michael E.