U.S. Attorney announces that the Southern District of Indiana has collected 7.7 million dollars in criminal and civil actions in 2016

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U.S. Attorney Josh J. Minkler recently announced that his federal office collected for the Southern District of Indiana a total of $7,707,955 in criminal and civil actions in fiscal year 2016

Scott Starr, a partner with the Logansport-based law firm Starr Austen & Miller, said he spent about a year investigating LMW on behalf of a couple dozen investors starting in 2014.

U.S. Attorney announces that the Southern District of Indiana has collected 7.7 million dollars in criminal and civil actions in 2016

U.S. Attorney Josh J. Minkler recently announced that his federal office collected for the Southern District of Indiana (from Indianapolis to the Kentucky border) a total of $7,707,955 in criminal and civil actions in fiscal year 2016.  Securities fraud attorney, Scott Starr, had this to say about the announcement:

“This demonstrates that even in good markets, securities fraud continues.  Bad stockbrokers and financial advisors will always be with us taking advantage of the elderly and victimizing their clients to satisfy their own greed.” 

The law firm of Starr Austen & Miller has been representing the victims of securities fraud since 1982.  The investment fraud attorneys at Starr Austen & Miller have represented over a thousand victims and have verdicts and settlements exceeding 200 million dollars.  If you or a loved one believe that you may be the victim of stockbroker fraud, or financial advisor malpractice, contact Scott Starr at Starr Austen & Miller for a free, no commitment consultation.

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The team of investment fraud lawyers at Starr Austen & Miller LLP fights for the protection of investors and handles cases involving securities arbitration misrepresentation, overconcentration, broker fraud, negligence and breach of trust.