We aim to provide each client with the best advice and guidance to recover stock market losses as a result of stockbroker misconduct. We provide skilled guidance with personal attention and a genuine interest in the welfare of our clients. We are dedicated to each client's satisfaction, and we work together as a strong team to bring you a positive outcome in recovering your investment losses in a timely and straightforward manner.
Collectively, our clients have recovered more than $100 million through our assistance in negotiation, mediation, arbitration and litigation. More than 90% of those who have engaged our services have recovered all or a portion of their losses.
Members of our firm have more than 100 years of combined experience in the securities industry and in securities law.
Most of the members of our staff and consultants previously worked at investment and brokerage firms and many of them were also licensed representatives and/or supervisors. Collectively, the members of our team have worked for dozens of securities firms, including almost every major brokerage firm on Wall Street.
If you feel deceived by the broker and/or the firm that advised you relating to your investments and losses that you have incurred we will seek to recover your investment losses and consequential damages, whenever possible.
We are ready to help you focus on your highest priorities and experience the success you're looking for!
If you lost a substantial amount of money following your stockbroker or financial advisor's advice to invest In mutual funds that only make money when the stock market goes down, please call us so we can assist you in recovering your investment losses through securities arbitration.
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Types of Broker Violations
- Stockbroker fraud and misconduct
- Unsuitable Recommendations
- False Statements, Misrepresentations, or Omissions
- Pyramid or Ponzi Schemes
- Breach of Fiduciary Duty