Columbus, Ohio (April 15, 2012) – The investment fraud attorneys and legal team at Meyer Wilson Co., LPA are proud to announce their title sponsorship and participation in this year's Walk to End Alzheimer's. The firm is also sponsoring a Facebook LIKE campaign through which it will contribute funds to the Alzheimer’s Association.
"Alzheimer's is a cause near to my heart," said David P. Meyer, founding principal and attorney at Meyer Wilson, LPA. "Many of my fellow attorneys and our staff have been touched by this disease."
"Alzheimer’s attracts many unscrupulous people and fraudsters. When it comes right down to it, millions of Americans are victimized by investment fraud every year, in addition to dealing with a debilitative disease. The decline in memory and cognitive abilities suffered by Alzheimer’s patients makes them prime targets for financial abuse, particularly Ponzi schemes and other inappropriate investments."
The Meyer Wilson can offer hope of financial recovery in some dementia-related cases, including those that are investment or insurance based. The law firm is seeing a pronounced increase in these types of cases in the past months.
One of our attorneys reflected, "It is an honor for us to be able to help those struggling with the aftermath of investment fraud at a time when they most need their retirement savings. For the attorneys here, it is our life passion – and working with the Alzheimer’s Association on this important event is a way to further support the elderly here in Ohio and across the nation."
Supporters of the Fight to End Alzheimer's can easily contribute to the effort at no personal expense. Meyer Wilson is currently hosting a Facebook campaign where each new "LIKE" on the company's page will result in a one dollar donation to the Alzheimer's Association.
The Meyer Wilson Investor Claims Facebook page can be accessed and "liked" at www.facebook.com/meyerwilson.
The Walk to End Alzheimer’s will be held June 30, 2012 at Fred Beckman Park (OSU, Lane Avenue & Kenny Road). To participate, please visit http://www.alz.org/centralohio/.
The mission of the Meyer Wilson is: (1) to educate individual investors about how to avoid becoming a victim of investment fraud; and (2) to raise the awareness that there are legal options available to recover losses caused by investment misconduct
The investment fraud lawyers at Meyer Wilson have successfully represented more than eight hundred individual investors from across the country in securities arbitration and litigation against all major brokerage firms and won verdicts, judgments and settlements of hundreds of millions of dollars in losses on their behalf.
Jessica Hamlin, Director of Marketing and Client Relations