When a Duty of Care Is Broken
A fiduciary is a person who has a financial or other duty to another person or matter, such as a financial advisor. If a person breaches a fiduciary duty, legal action can be taken by the person owed the duty. Examples of relationships that can have breaches in fiduciary duty are two business partners, a beneficiary and a trustee, an accountant and a client, insurance companies and clients, medical doctors and patients, or a lawyer and a client.
Fiduciary duty by nature requires a relationship built on trust. Breaking that trust can cause not only financial harm, but emotional harm as well. Manfred Sternberg & Associates has been pursuing breaches of fiduciary claims for more than 30 years. Our experience and has given us a history of success as we continue to stand up for clients who have been wronged on numerous levels. If you have experienced a breach in fiduciary duty, contact our office today to learn how we can help you. Email or call us at 713-622-4300 to set up a free consultation with one of our Texas business lawyers. We do not take your trust for granted.
Breaches of Fiduciary Duties
At Manfred Sternberg, our business attorneys have represented clients who have born the weight of being a victim of a breach in fiduciary duty was intentional or resulted from negligence. No person should experience a break in trust. This is why we are passionate about helping our clients through this difficult experience and seeking the justice they deserve.
Our firm’s experience includes, but is not limited to:
- Breach of loyalty
- Conflict of duties
- Constructive fraud
- Partner disputes
- Shareholder disputes
- Patient/doctor conflicts
- Insider trading and securities fraud
- Breaches involving trustees and estate administrators
- Financial fraud involving banks and investment companies
If your case involves a breach of fiduciary duty, we may be able help you receive compensatory damages. Money cannot replace trust, but it can help your financial stability as you focus on healing and recovery from a terrible situation.
Texas Business Law Attorneys Helping Clients Since 1985
Our Texas business attorneys are passionate about winning compensation and recovering damages for clients who are the victim of a breach in fiduciary duty. We have helped numerous others, and we are ready to begin preparing your case today. If you want to learn more about our business litigation services, email or call us at 713-622-4300 for a free consultation. We are dedicated to achieving results for every client, in every case. Hablamos Español.