What Is A Misrepresentation or Omission?
When you deal with a broker you expect them to tell you the honest truth about what you might be investing in. When a broker misrepresents or omits a material fact (an important fact) they could be held liable for misrepresentation or omission. The reason for this is because a broker has a duty to fairly disclose all of the risks associated with an investment.
Additional Civil Stock Broker Fraud FAQs
- What Is Securities Fraud?
- How can I tell if I`ve been a victim of a stock fraud?
- What is an unsuitable recommendation?
- What is securities arbitration?
- What Is Overconcentration?
- What Is Churning?
- Do I need to hire an attorney to sue my stock broker?
- What Government Agencies Can I File A Complaint With?
- What is a failure to execute trades?
- What Is A Breach Of Fiduciary Duty?
Personal Injury Sub-categories
Civil Mortgage Loan Fraud
Cruise Ship Injuries
Insurance Bad Faith Denial of Benefits
Slip and Fall