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It is an honor for us to help those struggling with the aftermath of investment
fraud when they need their retirement savings most. For the attorneys
here, it is our life purpose
and working with the LGBT community is an additional way to advocate for
people in need of financial protection.
Meyer Wilson proudly serves the LGBT community through our efforts to educate
the public and through our legal representation. Pursuing investment claims
for all kinds of people and all kinds of families is our passion. Many
people are not aware that money they have lost in unsuitable investments
may be recovered. Meyer Wilson offers the chance at financial recovery
in cases that are investment or insurance based.
Given the state of today's economy, we need to be on the lookout for
the many unscrupulous people want to take financial advantage of our parents,
siblings, significant others and even ourselves. A little knowledge can
be all it takes to recognize investment fraud and misconduct—and
avoid becoming one of the unfortunate victims.
Often members of the LGBT community find themselves as primary caregivers
for aging parents and family members. The elderly and the ill are frequently
prime targets for investment fraud, Ponzi schemes, insurance scams and
other inappropriate investment advice. It is important that we know how
to recognize and prevent such wrongdoing.
All consultations are free, and we handle all cases on a contingency basis.
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Investment Misconduct Blog
Fifth Third Securities, Inc. was fined by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) earlier this week for $4 million and was ordered to pay restitution of $2 million ...
Ethan De Naray, currently a registered broker with Feltl & Company, was terminated from his position with Merrill Lynch in May of 2017 after allegedly using discretion in ...
A new bill called the Compensation for Cheated Investors Act would require FINRA to pay investment losses back to investors from a pool of funds. Unpaid arbitration awards ...