Mutual Fund Loss Attorneys

How Do I Know If My Financial Advisor Is Responsible For My Mutual Fund Losses? Contact our Mutual Fund Loss Attorneys Today

Shepherd Smith Edwards and Kantas Mutual Fund Loss Attorneys ( represent investors who have suffered significant losses in their mutual funds that were caused by the bad advice or mismanagement of a financial advisor. If you are a mutual fund investor who would like to determine whether you have grounds for a broker negligence claim, we can help you explore your legal options.

What Is A Mutual Fund?

With this kind of investment, numerous investors pool their money which is then invested by the mutual fund’s manager in different securities. While this can cause a reduction in fees and costs for each investor, and hopefully help minimize their risks, these aren’t no-risk investments. Losses can happen especially when a fund manager, stockbroker, or investment adviser is careless or engaged in some type of misconduct. Not only that but also mutual fund sales practice violations occur way too often and frequently go undetected.

Our mutual fund loss attorneys have represented investors against brokers who:

  • Unsuitably recommended a particular fund to a client.
  • Did not disclose the risks and benefits of different mutual class fund shares.
  • Failed to apprise that there was the option to select among class shares—some of which might have been a better investing choice for a particular client.
  • Engaged in mutual fund switching.
  • Excessively traded to earn commissions while costing the customer additional fees that could otherwise have been avoided.
  • Failed to apprise that there would have been breakpoint volume discounts if only the client had invested more money.
  • Committed mutual fund fraud.

How Can Our Mutual Fund Loss Attorneys Help?

If you contact us, we can schedule a free, no-obligation case assessment to help you determine whether you have grounds for suing your financial advisor. If we do decide to work together, we will conduct a thorough investigation into your losses, prepare your broker misconduct lawsuit, submit your claim requesting damages to Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) arbitration, and represent you before the panel of arbitrators.



The ruling by this type of panel is usually final, which is why you should have solid mutual fund arbitration attorneys by your side from the start.

How To Contact Us:
Shepherd Smith Edwards and Kantas represent mutual fund investors all over the US. Call (800) 259-9010 today or fill out or contact form online.





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