Our Securities practice team has substantial experience representing investors injured by the misconduct of stockbrokers, investment advisors, insurance agents, and other investment professionals. We are unique in this field because after gaining extensive experience representing brokerage firms, we decided to only represent investors in such matters. Our many years spent defending brokerage firms have provided us with valuable insight into the strategies employed by stockbrokers and their lawyers. We know how they think and what tactics they may use. Because of our experience, you can feel confident in our ability to anticipate and prepare for whatever may happen in your case.

Our team handles all kinds of investment cases arising from fraud or negligence. We have experience addressing a wide range of financial advisor misconduct, including: recommendation of unsuitable investments; misrepresentation or omission of facts; excessive trading; failure to follow the investor’s instruction; concentration in particular securities or market sectors; misappropriation and other criminal activity; ill-advised recommendations of fixed indexed annuities, variable annuities, structured products, and options; hedge fund fraud; unauthorized margin trading; stockbroker or financial advisor breaches of fiduciary duties; representation of investors who choose to opt-out of class action lawsuits; money manager/investment advisor misconduct; and, abuses in sale of variable and universal life insurance policies.

If you lost money in your brokerage accounts or life insurance policies and don’t understand why, or if you feel that you may be a victim of any one the above kinds of abuse, our securities team can help. At the very least, and at no cost to you, we will review your situation and advise you as to whether or not we feel you have a valid claim. Moreover, if we feel that you do have a claim, we will advocate on your behalf for a contingent fee, meaning that we will represent you for a percentage of your eventual recovery. If we don’t recover money for you, we will not charge you a fee. To learn more about your rights and our securities litigation and arbitration services, please contact one of our Securities attorneys or visit our comprehensive securities website, stockmarketloss.com.


Stockbroker misconduct

Recommendations of unsuitable investments

Misrepresentation or mission of facts

Excessive trading

Failure to follow the investor's instruction


Losses from fixed indexed annuities

Losses from variable annuities

Losses from structured products

Losses from put and call options


Hedge fund fraud

Unauthorized margin trading

Breach of fiduciary duty

Opt-outs from class action lawsuits

Losses from money managers

Life insurance scams


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