Securities Fraud Lawyer
If you are a victim of securities fraud and aren’t sure what to do next, reach out to a reputable securities fraud attorney for help bringing the liable party to justice.
It is more common than you might think for financial advisors, stockbrokers, financial planning institutions, brokerage firms, and others who work with financial markets to take advantage of investors to maximize their own commissions and profits. But, if you take action, the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) can do something about it.
At Wolper Law Firm, we have zero tolerance for stockbroker misconduct and securities fraud. If we are able to take on your case, you can be sure your securities fraud lawyer will go above and beyond to secure full repayment of the losses you endured due to these unscrupulous financial advisors.
Continue reading to learn more about the most common types of fraud and how to secure compensation through FINRA arbitration.
Stockbrokers’ Securities Schemes
Financial markets are complex, and brokers are able to get away with engaging in securities schemes until their investors suffer significant losses that become noticeable. However, there are some types of securities fraud that occur more frequently than others, including:
- Accounting fraud
- Stockbroker misconduct
- Manipulation of stock prices
- Investment fraud
- Ponzi and pyramid schemes
- Prime bank schemes
- Late-day trading
When it comes to your money, stockbrokers and brokerage firms will often find creative ways to capitalize on their own financial gains without regard to how it may impact your investment portfolio.
Whether you’ve been a victim of one of the previously mentioned types of securities fraud or been defrauded in another way, it may be worth your while to discuss your options for financial restitution with your attorney.
Recover Your Losses in FINRA Arbitration
There are several ways you can ensure the fraudulent broker or financial institution in your case is brought to justice. But, if you hope to recover your stock losses, moving forward with a FINRA arbitration complaint is likely the best option for you.
In FINRA arbitration, you’ll have the opportunity to prove to a panel of arbitrators that your broker’s misconduct was directly or indirectly responsible for your investment losses. If the arbitrators come down in your favor, you could be awarded compensation for the losses you endured as well as the various ways your life has been negatively impacted by the losses in question.
Meet with a Respected Securities Fraud Attorney
When you are ready to bring the individual or entity responsible for your investment losses to justice, you can initiate a FINRA arbitration complaint by scheduling a confidential case review with a highly experienced securities fraud lawyer at Wolper Law Firm.
Our firm proudly offers complimentary consultations to those who have been victimized by profit-driven brokers and financial planning institutions. You can take advantage of this opportunity by completing the convenient contact form we have included at the bottom of this page or by giving our office a call at 800-931-8452.