Sometimes unscrupulous stockbrokers and investment advisors take advantage of your trust and you can find yourself facing the loss of your life savings because of the dishonesty of others. Investors lose billions of dollars each year to fraud stockbrokers, stockbroker misconduct, investment firm ...read more
Stock broker fraud occurs when an individual broker or brokerage firm acts in a dishonest and manipulative way to the detriment of their client. Victims of fraudulent acts, such as unauthorized trading, churning or selling away, may be able to recoup their investment losses. Most claims against stockbrokers and brokerage firms fall...bristly
Each year, investors lose tens of billions of dollars at the hands of unethical and negligent financial professionals who abuse the trust and confidence of their clients. Bad financial markets expose and highlight investment fraud, stockbroker misconduct and stockbroker negligence. Whether it's recommending...read more
Whether your loss is due to unsuitable investment advice, conflicts of interest, or investment fraud, all you know is your retirement income is gone. At Tax Solutions Global, our securities and investment fraud lawyers are dedicated to helping victims of stockbroker fraud, broker misconduct, and unsuitable recommendations recover their losses.read more
For over 15 years we have successfully represented hundreds of clients in disputes with their stockbrokers and financial advisers. After reviewing your case we will honestly tell you if itâs worth pursuing and if we would recommend settling or going to arbitration.
Although arbitration takes longer, a client generally recoups a larger portion of their investment through binding arbitration. We believe in handling the case the best way for our client, which means we take a larger percentage of cases to arbitration than many other firms.
At Tax Solutions Global, the experienced attorney that handles your case will be the attorney who guides you throughout the entire process. If your case goes to arbitration,it won't be turned over to a newly added attorney of record or handled by a recent law school graduate.