Investor Fraud 2017-10-18T00:27:38+00:00

Have you suffered financial loss because of the misconduct, negligence, lies, or other fraudulent acts of your broker?

If you are dealing with financial loss due to broker fraud and are researching your available options for recovery, we encourage you to call us. Our investor fraud attorneys are here to help you get the compensation you deserve for your damages.

Investor fraud is violating. It is traumatic, demeaning and infuriating.

When you are investing the money you and your family depend on you deserve the highest level of expertise, character and protection.

You freely give your trust to your financial advisors and you depend on, them to honorably satisfy all of their required responsibilities and obligations.

You depend on them to understand your objectives and tolerance for risk. You count on them to accurately disclose all material information and the risks involved.

After all, the law requires them to consistently act responsibly and in your best interest.

But instead, have your financial advisors negligently and intentionally breached their duties and violated you?

If so, are you now suffering with losses caused by one of the following common frauds?

  • Ponzi Schemes

  • Churning or switching recommendations designed to generate greater commissions

  • Encouraging investments outside of acceptable risk tolerances

  • Breaches of fiduciary duty

  • Lack of diversification and other portfolio risk aversion issues

  • Margin borrowing, pay-off and related risks

  • Fraudulent buying, selling or trading acts

If your financial advisors have breached their responsibilities you, should immediately retain a trusted, legal team for your side.

When you meet with one of our investor fraud attorneys, we will answer your questions in confidence.

And, we will help you better understand all the beneficial differences your investment loss claim may have over a typical civil lawsuit.

Most investors do not know that investment losses are typically governed by mandatory arbitration before the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (“FINRA”).

Resolving your fraud case in arbitration before FINRA typically requires your case to be presented before one or more arbitrators, instead of a judge and jury.

If your dispute is seeking damages of less than $50,000, then a “simplified arbitration” with only a single arbitrator may be all that is needed.

If your case involves a higher level of damages, then FINRA generally requires a panel of 3 arbitrators.

A simplified arbitration is usually resolved faster than a arbitration seeking higher damages. But, both procedures are typically much quicker than the time needed to complete a jury trial.

Regardless of the number of arbitrators, both sides will be given the opportunity to fully present all the facts, evidence and testimony in support of their case.

This is why it is crucial for you to have a trusted, legal team representing you.

  • When you choose us, we will be by your side every step of the way.

  • We will analyze all the events and evidence that document your broker’s fraudulent acts.

  • We will bring in financial experts as needed to provide supporting analysis and expert testimony.

  • We will prepare and submit all required filings including your Statement of Claim and all documentary evidence.

  • And most importantly, we will be with you at the FINRA hearings to expertly represent you and protect your rights.

Our team of investor fraud attorneys are here and ready to help you.

We have the dedication, knowledge, experience, and resources needed to increase your chances for victory.

Please call us now—409-444-2020

We are passionate to get for you the maximum compensation you deserve for your losses.

But please do not delay.

Delay may significantly damage the value of your case.

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We promise we will have a team member call you soon to schedule a more convenient time to speak confidentially with you.

And remember, by contacting us you risk absolutely nothing.

All of our initial consultations with you are 100% free.