FINRA Arbitration Law Firm
When you have lost a significant amount of money through investing or on the stock market because of broker misconduct, you may need a law firm that specializes in FINRA arbitration. Reach out to a FINRA arbitration lawyer to discuss the next steps of your case.
It should come as no surprise that losing money on the stock market is a possibility. But when your investment losses are caused by the misconduct of your stockbroker or financial advisor, or even your brokerage firm, you have the right to seek full repayment of your losses through arbitration with the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA).
Our dedicated FINRA arbitration law firm is prepared to help you every step of the way. At Wolper Law Firm, we are committed to bringing negligent and reckless financial planners and institutions to justice. If we are able to take on your case, you can be sure that we will do everything possible to secure maximum restitution.
When to Call a FINRA Arbitration Lawyer
You should immediately contact a FINRA arbitration lawyer if you have suffered substantial financial losses as a result of a poorly advised investment. However, simply losing money on the stock market or on an investment does not warrant the pursuit of a FINRA arbitration complaint, nor does it mean that your stockbroker is accountable for your losses.
In cases where your financial advisor has breached their fiduciary duty, whether that be through misconduct, fraud, or negligence, you have the right to seek full restitution for your stock losses.
If you are unsure whether your stockbroker should be held accountable for the loss as you have suffered, you can always contact a FINRA lawyer to discuss the details of your case and learn more about what legal options may be available to you to recover your losses.
What to Expect During Your FINRA Arbitration Proceedings
Although FINRA arbitration proceedings may seem like a lot to take on right now, your lawyer will ensure that you have a full understanding of what to expect. Arbitration is similar to court in that both parties will have the opportunity to present evidence to support their case and defend themselves.
Your broker in particular will need to explain to the panel of arbitrators why they made the decisions they did. If they are unable to convince the arbitrators that they were acting in your best interests, the arbitrators will likely determine that you should be fully repaid for the losses you have suffered.
From there, the broker will be ordered to compensate you, typically within thirty days. This is quite different from court proceedings, where it could be years in some cases before a decision is made due to appeal after appeal.
Reach Out to a FINRA Arbitration Lawyer
If you are interested in learning more about how FINRA arbitration law firm Wolper Law Firm could help you recover your investment losses, contact our office at 800.931.8452 to schedule a free case review. You can also submit the online contact form that has been provided at the bottom of this page when you are ready to get started on your case.