Securities fraud involving false information has recently become widespread, with many investors being deceived and manipulated into purchasing unsuitable securities such as subprime mortgage products and private placements. Brokers and brokerage firms have a duty to conduct business with their investors in good faith. Knowingly or recklessly distributing false or incomplete information to clients is a form of securities fraud for which both the broker and the brokerage firm may be held liable.
If you have been victimized by the deceitfulness of brokers, securities advisors or brokerage firms, you need the assistance of a law firm nationally recognized for its professional excellence. The securities fraud lawyers at Meyer Wilson have decades of collective of experience developing skills and strategies for a narrow but necessary area of the law: investment fraud.
Our sole devotion to this practice area has allowed us to serve victims of fraud in claims against the largest investment firms in the U.S., helping hundreds of clients recover hundreds of millions of dollars in assets considered permanently lost. If you have a false information claim against a securities trading firm, our securities fraud attorneys can aggressively pursue your case.
We have won hundreds of millions of dollars in losses for clients nationwide, including in cities such as Los Angeles, San Francisco, Columbus, Cincinnati, New York, Indianapolis and Tampa. For assistance with your securities fraud claim, complete our online form for a free case evaluation.