Do I need legal representation in a securities fraud case?

Unlike the SEC and FINRA, which were established to enforce the regulation of securities firms, the only concern of securities fraud lawyers is to collect money damages for investors. Calling or writing letters or e-mail messages to brokerage firms complaining about mistreatment can be used as evidence against an investor in a subsequent legal action. An experienced securities fraud lawyer, whose only job is to represent his or her client, can protect an investor from mistakes that are often made prior to pursuing a remedy in the appropriate legal forum.