Being an investor comes with certain assumptions of risk. You could experience financial gains or losses when you invest. It is not a reasonable assumption, however, that a financial advisor or broker will engage in investment fraud. Securities fraud is a crime that could entitle you to compensation from the at-fault party or parties. For more information about securities litigation, including how we may be able to help you recover, contact the lawyers at Meyer Wilson for a free consultation in Pennsylvania.
Securities litigation typically refers to class actions or mass torts against financial corporations or individuals guilty of committing fraud against investors. These lawsuits have a reputation for being highly complex. The best way to protect your rights as a victim of investment fraud in Pennsylvania during securities litigation is to hire an attorney with experience.
At Meyer Wilson, securities litigation is all we do. Investment fraud claims and class/mass actions are what our lawyers do all day, every day. We have what it takes to help you with any type of case, no matter how difficult. We understand state and federal securities laws, as well as rules from regulatory authorities such as the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. Do not attempt securities litigation alone. Trust an attorney from our law firm to walk you through this multifaceted practice area.
Securities litigation is a complicated legal process in which an injured party defends his or her right to financial compensation after suffering economic losses due to some type of broker or advisor misconduct. It is a fiduciary’s duty to look out for the best interests of clients. Negligently or intentionally breaching this duty, resulting in client harm, could lead to securities litigation. Many types of securities fraud could lead to litigation in Pennsylvania.
If you or a family member lost money in any type of investment fraud scheme or due to broker/advisor misconduct, securities litigation could be the answer to obtaining compensation. A successful class/mass action or individual lawsuit against the at-fault party could provide you with compensation for economic losses, attorney’s fees, court costs, punitive damages and more. Discuss what your claim could be worth with an attorney from Meyer Wilson today.
Securities litigation often involves a lawsuit against one or multiple parties. Pennsylvania has specific time limits in which you can file your claims under their statutes of limitation. If you miss this deadline, you may give up any right you otherwise might have had to financial compensation. Engage in securities litigation within the statute of limitations by contacting Meyer Wilson immediately upon recognizing red flags.
Do not wait to consult with a lawyer about your situation. If you suffered economic losses because of advisor/broker misconduct, securities fraud or another type of investment scam in Pennsylvania, Meyer Wilson can help. Ask one of our attorneys questions and receive honest, dependable answers during a free consultation.
Our securities litigators are ready to walk you through the claims process. Call our firm today for a free consultation.