When you feel you have been wronged by someone through fraud and deceit, it can come as quite a shock. This is especially true when it involves your investments, as you trusted a stock broker or a firm to handle your money wisely and help you see a higher return. When the truth is uncovered, you deserve to bring arbitration against the culpable parties and receive reparations for damages that occurred.
The attorneys at Oakes and Fosher understand the situation you face and are here to help. We handle securities arbitration suits for investors who have experienced fraud, and we know that arming yourself with the knowledge to identify fraud can be the first step in combating an already stressful situation.
Take a look at the various types of fraud and questionable practices that investors might experience at the hands of unscrupulous brokers:
- Elder Fraud
- Ponzi Schemes
- Excessive 401(k) Fees
- Non-Traded REITs
- EB-5 Investment Fraud
- Failure to Supervise
- Junk Bonds
- Variable Annuities
- Structured Notes
- Unsuitable Recommendations (Suitability)
- Negligence/Failure to Disclose Risks
- Overconcentration of Assets
Our attorneys, legal assistants, and staff work closely with you during your case in order to pursue a favorable outcome. Attorneys Bruce D. Oakes and Richard B. Fosher work tirelessly on representing investors in securities arbitration cases. If you feel you have been wronged by a brokerage firm or a specific stock broker, let our attorneys review your case. Contact us today to schedule a consultation.