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Investor Claims Is What We Do - All Day, Every Day

Since 1999 our law firm has recovered more than $350,000,000 for victims of investment fraud and misconduct.
  • Jury Verdict Won Against Prudential Securities $262 Million
  • Recovered for 100-Year Old Widow $30 Million
  • Recovered in Retirement Losses $10 Million
  • Recovered for a Large Group of Individual Investors $6.5 Million
  • Recovered for Elderly Victim in Ponzi Scheme Case $3.8 Million
  • Recovered for Elderly Ponzi Scheme Victim $3.2 Million
  • Recovered for More Than 50 Families of Ponzi Scheme in California $3.2 Million
  • Recovered for 35 Families in Northeast Ohio $3.1 Million
  • Losses Recovered for 20 Retirees $3 Million
  • Recovered for Retired Physician Against Major Wall Street Firm Prior to Filing FINRA Arbitration $2.5 Million

How Do I Find an Attorney to Represent My Case?

If you have lost money due to misconduct or mishandling by a stockbroker or brokerage firm, financial adviser, or insurance company, you may be able to recover your damages. However, you should not go it alone. If you have a case, the right attorney may help you recover your losses and damages, bringing knowledge and experience that will simplify the process greatly.

However, it can be difficult to choose the best lawyer for your case. Although it is important to trust your gut, there are some concrete characteristics you should pay special attention to:

  • Focus. It is important to choose an attorney who understands investor claims and investment misconduct. An attorney who boasts many specialties may not have the time or energy to keep up with the specific details surrounding the law.
  • Experience. Investor claims are a narrowly focused area of law, and an inexperienced attorney who is not yet intimately familiar with FINRA rules and securities arbitration may not be prepared to deal with those unique challenges. An experienced FINRA attorney, with a proven track record, deals with these types of claims regularly and knows the process.
  • Ratings. Lawyer ratings provided by Martindale-Hubbell, The Best Lawyers in America®, and Super Lawyers not only help you find the attorney best suited to handling your needs, but also assure that the attorney is held to the highest ethical and professional standards.

5 Questions You Will Want to Ask an Investment Fraud Attorney

  1. What are your areas of focus?
    Investors should look for an attorney who has a focus and commitment to investors' claims. The narrower the focus of the attorney, the more in-depth understanding they have of a particular area of law. If all an attorney does are investor claims and class actions, their understanding will be much greater.

  2. How long have you practiced as an investment fraud attorney?
    The years practiced as an investment fraud attorney lead to knowledge and experience that gives an investor an advantage in seeking a claim and winning back losses.

  3. Do lawyers who represent investment fraud work on a contingency?
    Lawyers who represent investor claims do often work on a contingency fee, meaning that an attorney only gets a fee if money is recovered.

  4. What are your professional references?
    There are three major attorney rating services with peer ratings that you can check: The Best Lawyers in America®, Martindale-Hubbell, and Super Lawyers.

  5. Do you have the necessary resources at your disposal to effectively handle my case?
    The resources available to properly and completely work a case are important to winning a claim. A law firm staffed with experienced staff is better able to fully investigate a claim.

The attorneys with Meyer Wilson have a combined 50 years of experience representing investors nationwide, and Attorney Meyer has received the highest peer ratings from all three of the major attorney rating services. If you have been the victim of investment fraud, contact us today!

The Meyer Wilson Way

Results-Focused Representation
  • More than $350,000,000 Recovered
  • Voted Best Lawyers in America┬« for over Ten Years Running
  • David Meyer is President of Public Investors Advocate Bar Association (PIABA)
  • Over a Thousand Investor Claim Cases Since 1999
  • Exclusive Focus on Investor Claims & Class/Mass Action Lawsuits
  • Deep Bench of Skilled Attorneys and Staff Members


Meyer Wilson has represented over 1,000 individual investors in high-stakes claims across the country, and has recovered over $350 million on their behalves. See what former clients have to say about our team.

  • “I primarily worked with Courtney Werning throughout the process and she was informative and knowledgeable. I trusted and fully recommend Courtney and her team.”

    - S.R.
  • “The communication throughout the process was on par - and they took the time to indulge me with the various questions and opinions.”

    - R.G.
  • “What I truly appreciated was getting a great result for my Mom with limited involvement/stress on her.”

    - S.W.
  • “We went to arbitration with the other respondent and I got to see firsthand the level of professionalism and expertise the Meyer Wilson firm can deliver.”

    - D.V.
  • “Chad would take the time to call and talk with me. His explanations were always clear and concise. I also appreciate all the effort put into the details and statistics required to argue this case.”

    - P.N.
  • “Meyer Wilson was able to produce the results that we felt were obvious and warranted while several other firms and even state offices simply had trouble understanding let alone moving the case forward.”

    - B.K.
  • “My overall experience was positive and I would encourage anyone who even thinks they have been a victim of stockbroker misconduct to call David.”

    - S.T.
  • “Meyer Wilson represented me in a suit brought last year against my brokerage firm, securing a very fair and equitable settlement for me.”

    - R.G., M.D.
  • “Right from the start, you had the passion and desire to win this case for us. I have never worked with an attorney or firm as compassionate as yours. I would highly recommend your firm to anyone.”

    - G.A.

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