Representative Case Results
Proven Investment Fraud Attorneys
Since Meyer Wilson was first founded in 1999, our team of securities fraud lawyers has managed to consistently resolve our clients' cases and recover their losses. Our abilities as attorneys and our passionate commitment to clients' needs are evident in every successful resolution we've obtained, and we are intent on building upon our record of success.
Disclaimer: Results are specific to the facts and legal circumstances of each client's case and should not be used to form an expectation that the same results could be obtained for clients in similar matters without reference to the specific factual and legal circumstances of each client's case.
Retirees Recover in Excess of $10,000,000 of Retirement Losses
Meyer Wilson represented more than 75 Midwest retirees against their brokerage firm who lost a substantial portion of the retirees' life savings. The clients collectively received more than $10,000,000 in a settlement.
$6,500,000 Recovered for a Large Group of Individual Investors
Recovery against a major national brokerage firm for a group of over 100 individual investors throughout the country in FINRA arbitrations alleging losses stemming from mortgage backed securities.
$5,000,000 Recovered for Group of Midwest Clients
Meyer Wilson represented more than 50 families in the Midwest who suffered dramatic losses in their investment accounts and recovered in excess of $5,000,000 from the brokerage firm in a settlement prior to the FINRA arbitration hearings.
Meyer Wilson Recovers More than $3,800,000 for Elderly Victim in Ponzi Scheme Case
Meyer Wilson recovered more than $3,800,000 for an elderly victim of a Ponzi scheme in case involving claims that the financial institution ignored many red flags.
$3,200,000 of Losses Recovered by Meyer Wilson for More Than 50 Families of Ponzi Scheme in California
Victims of a large-scale Ponzi Scheme in Northern California recovered $3,200,000 of their investment losses through a settlement of several FINRA arbitration cases pursued by Meyer Wilson. The case was filed against the brokerage firm that was responsible for supervising the broker who committed the fraud.
$3,100,000 Recovered for 35 Families in Northeast Ohio
Meyer Wilson represented this group of individuals from Northeast Ohio against a national brokerage involving losses suffered in "promissory notes" sold by a broker registered with the brokerage firm.
Twenty Retirees Recover $3,000,000 in Losses
Meyer Wilson represented 20 Midwest families who lost more than 90% of their investments and recovered $3,000,000 from the brokerage firm responsible.
Retired Physician Recovers $2,500,000 Against Major Wall Street Firm Prior to Filing FINRA Arbitration
Meyer Wilson was successful in negotiating a investment fraud recovery of $2,500,000 for a retired physician after his financial advisor falsified documents and traded in the investment accounts without authorization. The settlement obtained by Meyer Wilson against the brokerage firm represented an amount in excess of the client's actual investment losses and the case was resolved on a "pre-filing" basis, meaning the settlement was reached before filing a FINRA arbitration.
Nine Families in Florida Recover $1,800,000
Nine families in Florida hired Meyer & Associates to pursue losses against a large brokerage firm involving unlicensed securities sold by a registered stockbroker.
Retired Widow Recovers $530,000 of Life Savings after Unapproved Securities Sales
A 78-year-old retired woman recovered $530,000 of her lost retirement money after the securities fraud attorneys at Meyer Wilson filed claims against two independent broker-dealers who sold the unapproved securities.
68-year-old Retired Physician Recovers $500,000 Against Brokerage Firm in Ponzi Scheme
After suffering devastating investment losses in a Ponzi scheme, the California retiree hired Meyer Wilson to pursue claims against the brokerage firm that was responsible for supervision its financial advisor who ran the scheme. Meyer Wilson negotiated a settlement for the investor in the amount of $500,000.
More than $425,000 of Ponzi Scheme Losses Recovered by Meyer Wilson Against Brokerage Firms
Meyer Wilson represented a group of individuals who were victims of a Ponzi scheme operated by a financial advisor in Ohio. The scheme went on for several years and the broker was affiliated with two different brokerage firms during that time. Meyer Wilson filed a FINRA arbitration case against the two firms on behalf of the group of victims and obtained a settlement for the group.
Ohio Retiree Recovers Settlement of $325,000
Meyer Wilson investment fraud attorneys represented a 93-year-old man against a national full-service brokerage firm and received a $325,000 settlement over broker misconduct in overconcentration and unsuitable investments, including leveraged ETFs.
Meyer Wilson Recovers $265,000 in Losses for NY Real Estate Investor Caused by Lack of Due Diligence
$265,000 lost in a tenancy-in-common (TIC) investment was recovered by the Meyer Wilson investment fraud attorneys for a New York real estate investor. The claims were filed by Meyer Wilson against two independent broker-dealers relating to failure to perform adequate due diligence on the real estate investment prior to recommending it to the client.
Retired Connecticut Executive Recovers $210,000 in Lost Investments
The Meyer Wilson investment fraud attorneys recovered $210,000 for a retired 95-year-old Connecticut man who lost money due to investments in an unregistered private investment pool managed by a brokerage firm’s registered representatives.
Meyer Wilson Wins FINRA Arbitration - Brokerage Firm Hilliard Lyons Ordered to Pay $180,000
A Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) arbitration panel unanimously ordered brokerage firm Hilliard Lyons to pay damages, attorneys' fees and costs of more than $180,000 to a client represented by Meyer Wilson. The brokerage firm filed an appeal in federal district court and the appealed was denied in its entirety. The federal judge affirmed and upheld the entire arbitration award in favor of Meyer Wilson's client.
Health Professional Recovers $149,900 Against Large Independent Brokerage Firm
The Meyer Wilson investment fraud attorneys represented an Ohio based health professional against an independent broker-dealer for churning, unauthorized trading, improper use of margin, and unsuitable investments, including leveraged ETFs.
The client received a $149,900 settlement.
FINRA Arbitration Panel Awards Family of Elderly Woman 100% of Losses
Meyer Wilsons' clients were awarded their entire losses by a FINRA Arbitration Panel in Columbus, Ohio. The Panel awarded $109,844 against the brokerage firm and assessed all hearing fees in the amount $9,000 against the firm.
Business Owner Recovers $100,000 After Stock Overconcentration
A prominent Ohio business owner regained $100,000 after the investment fraud attorneys of Meyer Wilson negotiated claims against an independent broker-dealer over overconcentration of investments in a single financial company stock that collapsed during the 2008-2009 stock market crash.
$100,000: Meyer Wilson Recovers Money for Labor Union Lost in Ponzi Scheme
The investment fraud lawyers at Meyer Wilson recovered $100,000 on behalf of labor union against independent broker-dealer relating to losses sustained in a massive, multi-state Ponzi scheme orchestrated by the investment firm’s registered representative.
$100,000: Georgia Trust Beneficiary Recovers On Unauthorized Trading Claim
Meyer Wilson investment fraud attorneys were successful in recovering $100,000 in damages from a major brokerage firm that made unauthorized trades in a trust account after the trustee had passed away.
Illinois Couple Recovers Investment Losses
Meyer Wilson investment fraud attorneys successfully recovered losses from an independent broker-dealer whose registered representative sold unapproved securities. The Meyer Wilson arbitration attorneys achieved this settlement for an Illinois couple after successfully defeating the brokerage firm's motion to dismiss, which argued that claims were not appropriate because the claimant never opened an investment account with the firm.