Negligent Real Estate Broker Breached Duties In Orange County? Call Us

California law stipulates that every real estate broker or agent must adhere to what is called "fiduciary duty." This means that the agent or broker owes the highest duty of good faith, fairness, reasonable care, loyalty and honesty to his or her client. California Civil Jury Instructions state that "A fiduciary duty imposes on a real estate agent/real estate broker, a duty to act with the utmost good faith in the best interests of his/her/its client."

Because a person's livelihood or future solvency could depend on the sale or purchase of a single property, any broker negligence that leads to a breach of this fiduciary duty during the real estate transaction could cause the client financial crisis. You can count on us-and our 38 years of experience defending the rights of victims of real estate wrongdoing-to protect your property investments.

If a Negligent Broker Breached Fiduciary Duties, We Can Help

A real estate agent or broker who causes damages or loss to a buyer or seller by failing to disclose a known material fact is negligent in performing his or her duties. In that case, the buyer or seller could make a claim for breach of fiduciary duty, negligence or fraud. Don't be a victim of a dirty-dealing, negligent, unprofessional or inexperienced real estate broker!

Call the Law Offices of Daniel C. Carlton today at (949) 757-0707 or contact us online. Every conversation is personalized and confidential. We handle broker negligence cases in the entire Orange County area, including Santa Ana, Garden Grove, Anaheim, Costa Mesa, Lake Forest, Mission Viejo, Laguna Niguel, Newport Beach and Tustin.