Financial Advice Disputes
We assist people with their financial recovery after receiving poor financial advice from a financial adviser.
There are many types of financial recovery, including superannuation loss recovery, derivative investment loss recovery, and insurance investment loss recovery. We assist our clients through this process to help recover compensation.
The law recognises that professionals, like financial advisers, can sometimes provide poor or negligent advice. If you’ve lost money because your adviser gave you advice that was not suitable, or did not act in your best interests, you may be able to receive compensation for your losses.
CFD trading disputes
CFD trading disputes often stem from misleading broker information, platform issues, or unexpected market challenges. If you've faced issues with CFD trades, reach out to Financial Dispute Legal to discuss a potential claim.
Negligent financial planning advice
Each financial advice dispute is distinct, yet certain patterns suggest possible claims. If you've encountered unclear fees, misaligned investment promises, or feel your advisor didn't prioritise your needs, contact Financial Dispute Legal for expert guidance.
Negligent Self Managed Super Fund advice
Self Managed Super Funds (SMSF) are not for everyone and if you've received financial advice from an advisor that ended in loss, you could be entitled to compensation. This includes everything from risky investments, to borrowing to purchase property and all the associated costs in between.
Negligent TPD and income protection advice
Negligent TPD and income protection advice can lead to direct consequences like unsuitable coverage or financial loss. If you suspect you've received misguided counsel on these policies, contact Financial Dispute Legal to explore a potential claim.
Risky stock trading advice
From trading Contracts For Difference (CFD's) to Crypto Currencies, if your advisor has advised you to invest in a product that's led to a significant loss without adequately disclosing risk or advised an inappropriate investment for your situation, you may have a case. Speak to our team today to discuss your options.
Frequently Asked Questions
For certain Financial Advice Dispute cases we provide no-win-no-fee. You will be advised after your initial consultation and assessment if this applies to you.
Where possible, our team will provide you with a fixed fee amount for each stage of your claim. This fee is billable regardless of the outcome of your case.
If your claim requires a hourly fee structure, we will advise you of cost estimations at every step of your claim to ensure you have control over costs at all times.
Our lawyers will prompt you to gather all the preliminary information we require in order to advise whether you may have a claim, this can be as quick as a 15 minute call.
If we identify the opportunity for a claim in our initial call we will then proceed with a comprehensive assessment into your case, including gathering witness statements, identifying and locating key documentary evidence, and consulting with experts.
Based on our findings we will offer recommendations on the appropriate legal action to pursue your claim, and clearly explain your next steps.
At this point of engaging us, we will advise you on the fee structure involved in your claim so you are aware of costs involved before proceeding.