Interview: Can I Sue My Stockbroker for Investment Losses?

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When does a stockbroker cross the line from a poor strategy to actual malpractice?

We spoke to Frank Cristiano, a malpractice attorney with Cristiano Law, LLC in Denver. He explained that if your stockbroker mishandled your funds, you may have grounds to file a lawsuit to help you recover the money you lost.

Call 888-392-6461 to contact Frank Cristiano directly and learn more.

Topics covered in our interview:

  • What’s the difference between a bad investment and stockbroker malpractice?
  • What should you bring to a meeting with a lawyer about stockbroker malpractice?
  • Is there a difference between fraud and mismanagement?
  • What is churning?
  • What are some red flags that your investment manager committed malpractice?
  • Are stockbrokers expected to modify the buyers’ investment goals over time, for example during retirement age?
  • When should you get an attorney involved with stock disputes?
  • Is it possible to recover your financial losses by filing a lawsuit against a stockbroker?

This video is for informational purposes only. In some states, this video may be deemed Attorney Advertising. The choice of lawyer is an important decision that should not be based solely on advertisements.

Author: Frank Cristiano

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