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Securities Fraud

Free Consultation, No Recovery No FeeRules and regulations governing securities trading and investing have been put into place to protect public investors. Securities Fraud occurs when brokers violate these rules, especially through deceptive actions with the intention of cheating or taking advantage of investors.

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Securities Fraud or Broker Fraud includes many types of deceptive actions: churning, unsuitable investments, misrepresentation or omission of information to the client, unauthorized trade or investments, and failure to follow directions. These actions by brokers typically result in negative effects for clients, even the to the point of causing investors to lose their inheritances, their retirement, or their life savings.

To recover your losses, you as an investor must file a claim for recovery. While you are not legally required to use an attorney for arbitration, statistically you are much more likely to recover your losses if you are represented by an experienced securities fraud attorney. A securities lawyer understands the complexities and intricacies of the laws concerning investing and trading, including laws governing statutes of limitations on these cases, and will be able to negotiate a settlement prior to an arbitration hearing in many cases.

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