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Legal Representation FAQ

Can a non-lawyer represent me in arbitration?

Arbitration is considered a private process, not a legal proceeding. Because of this designation, many people assume they do not have to hire someone with a law degree admitted to the bar. However, brokerage firms and financial institutions are almost always represented by an experienced attorney during FINRA arbitration.

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How long do I have to file a claim?

There are a variety of legal and procedural factors to consider that may limit or extend the timeframe to pursue a claim. With arbitration, FINRA allows cases that date back up to six years.

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Do the investment fraud attorneys at Meyer Wilson handle broker fraud claims nationwide?

The investment fraud lawyers at Meyer Wilson handle investor claims of misconduct on a national scale from offices in Columbus, Ohio and Los Angeles, California.

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What is the SEC?

SEC stands for the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. This agency was founded in the 1930s to enforce securities industry regulations.

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How do I find a securities fraud attorney?

Research should be conducted before retaining any type of professional, and attorneys are no exception. If you would like to find out more about Meyer Wilson’s securities fraud practice, call us today.

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What role does the securities fraud attorney play in pursuing my claim?

If you’ve been involved in an investment scam, retaining an attorney means you have an advocate in your corner who represent you at all stages of arbitration or litigation.

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What legal fees will I incur?

Legal fees, at least at Meyer Wilson, are billed on a contingency fee basis. This means that you don’t pay unless we recover money for you.

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How are the expenses of pursuing my claim handled?

Investors who pursue claims against their advisers or brokerage firms will incur certain fees and expenses in addition to attorney fees, including filing fees and discovery costs.

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What is the likelihood that my case will result in a favorable outcome?

Every case is extremely different and there is no guarantee that a claim will result in the award of financial damages.

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Is it important for investors to pursue their legal claims?

Because no one can pursue your claim for you, it is up to the individual investor to pursue legal claims. You won’t know if you are entitled to a recovery unless you take this step.

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If I work with a stockbroker or financial advisor at a reputable firm, does that mean that I don't have to worry about investment fraud? Could there be a situation when I could be the victim of a scam and need the help of an investment fraud attorney?

Shady investment advisers can work at even the most reputable firms. Never assume that you’re immune to investment fraud.

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I've recently lost a substantial amount of money on my investments. Should I call an investment fraud attorney?

If you have recently lost money in an investment, you may or may not have a claim. Before assuming one way or another, we invite you to contact Meyer Wilson for a free case review.

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Do I need legal representation in a securities fraud case?

If you’ve become the victim of securities fraud, we encourage you to contact a lawyer, as emailing the advisor or brokerage firm directly is usually unfruitful.

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Do most law firms handle securities fraud cases?

No, most law firms do not handle these types of cases due to the specialized nature of investments and securities.

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When Choosing an Attorney, Results Matter

  • $30M
    $30,000,000 Recovered in Confidential Settlement for 100-Year-Old-Widow
  • $10M
    Retirees Recover in Excess of $10,000,000 of Retirement Losses
  • $6.5M
    $6,500,000 Recovered for a Large Group of Individual Investors
  • $5M
    $5,000,000 Recovered for Group of Midwest Clients
  • $3.8M
    Meyer Wilson Recovers More than $3,800,000 for Elderly Victim in Ponzi Scheme Case
  • $3.2M
    $3,200,000 of Losses Recovered by Meyer Wilson for More Than 50 Families of Ponzi Scheme in California

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