Generally, your financial advisor owes you a duty to amoung other things answer questions truthfully and accuratelly. In some states in the U.S., he or she may owe you a fiduciary duty. If your damages result from your reliance on your advisors negligent or intentinally inacurate information about your investments, as they appear to have in this case, you may have a case against them for negligence amoung other claims. Most attorneys in this area will take cases such as this on contingency if the damage amount is at or near $100,000.00. It does not sound like your damages are in that area, thank goodness. If the damage amount is small, you may want to hire an atty. hourly or attempt to mediate a settlement youreself with your advisor. Your claim may be subject to mandatory arbitration as well, depending upon your agreement.
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