Have you suffered at the hands of an incompetent or dishonest real estate agent? Expert real estate agent malpractice attorney George G. Romain can help.
Examples of Real Estate Agent Malpractice
Real estate agent malpractice can take many forms, but some of the most common include:
- Breach of loyalty
- Failure to promptly obey lawful instructions
- Breach of confidentiality
- Failure to disclose the other party’s known bargaining position
- Deliberate misrepresentation of a property’s value
- Failure to disclose material defects
- Failure to disclose any other facts that could influence the bargaining process
Seeking Compensation in Real Estate Agent Malpractice Cases
George G. Romain will help you document instances of alleged real estate agent malpractice so that you can build a strong case against your realtor. For example, if your realtor failed to disclose that the property you bought was the site of a murder, your southern California real estate agent malpractice attorney can prove that the murder was common knowledge and any competent realtor should have known about it and advised you to adjust your offer accordingly. He will also help you establish the amount of financial loss you may have suffered as a result of this professional malpractice and then help you to seek compensation at trial or in a settlement. If your real estate agent deliberately defrauded you, you may be entitled to punitive damages as well.
Why Choose George G. Romain as your Real Estate Agent Malpractice Attorney
The entire staff of the Law Office of George G. Romain takes pride in upholding the highest standards of honesty, integrity, and ethics. When you choose George G. Romain as your real estate agent malpractice attorney in southern California, you can rest assured that you will receive expert advice and personalized service. You will be able to ask questions at any time and receive a thoughtful and timely response. Call now for your free initial phone consultation and find out how George G. Romain can help protect your rights on a contingency fee basis.