The types of securities fraud cases we handle include:
- Overconcentration (an entire portfolio concentrated in one type of investment)
- Broker theft of money
- Churning (excessive trading of a client’s account in order to increase broker commissions)
- Breach of trust claims
- Self-Directed IRA
Over the years, clients have come to us because they know they’ve lost money but were not sure how it happened. Perhaps you, too, are in such a situation. Don’t take your advisors word for it. We’ll help you know your rights. If you don’t have a case, we won’t sugarcoat it. We’ll tell you the truth.
But you need to act fast. If you don’t, you may not be able to legally recover anything.
As securities fraud lawyers, most of our clients are between 60 and 80 years old, are five or more years into retirement and do not have a college education. Some worked for Eli Lilly. Many have pension funds and now have cash they don’t know what to do with, partly because they have never handled their own investments.
Often the problem goes unaddressed even though it affects many people. This is because the item or problem in question has a relatively small dollar value, so victims find it uneconomical to seek relief on their own. But class actions litigation makes it economically viable to obtain representation.
If you are experiencing a loss due to a faulty product, we’re here to help.