Annuities Sales Practice Abuses

Fixed annuities and variable annuities are investment products intertwined with insurance policies, typically sold to individuals with conservative investment profiles. Some investors, many of them seniors, have lost money in recent years as a result of unethical sales practices. These actions may involve a broker or financial advisor misrepresenting or omitting important facts about an annuity, making false claims about a product or recommending an unsuitable product in order to earn commission.

Did Fraudulent Or Negligent Sales Behavior Lead To Loss?

If you or a family member suffered loss as a result of broker negligence or annuities sales fraud, our firm can advise you regarding your rights and options for resolving the problem. Securities fraud attorney Timothy J. Dennin has been representing investors since 1990, helping his clients recover hundreds of millions of dollars in losses. Mr. Dennin does not represent brokers or advisors.

With extensive securities litigation and securities arbitration experience, Timothy Dennin, who has received the AV Preeminent rating* from his peers for his excellent legal abilities and high ethical standards, can represent your interests in FINRA proceedings and in civil litigation against those responsible for your losses.

Contact A Northport, New York, Annuities Sales Misconduct Attorney

New York lawyer Timothy J. Dennin has excellent knowledge of annuities sales practice abuses and the laws and regulations that govern the sale of annuities and other securities. Mr. Dennin offers a free consultation to investors with questions about legal recourse they may have. Call our firm at 866-437-9475 or contact us online today.

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