Experienced Securities and Stockbroker Fraud Lawyer
Are you an investor who has lost money due to misinformation or deceit on the part of a stockbroker or securities broker? At the Law Office of Lawrence M. Elkus, we will fight to get your investment back. Since 1980, our firm has provided sound legal counsel to individuals and businesses in Michigan, and throughout the United States. We have the knowledge and experience to help you.
E-mail us or call us at 248-539-3232 to meet with an experienced securities law violation and stock fraud attorney.
Our experience with securities law gives us a depth of knowledge about the many regulations that govern these investments. We understand the complexities of stocks, bonds, mutual funds, and other investment products. Whether you are an individual investor or a representative of an investment group that has been taken advantage of by a securities broker or stockbroker engaged in unfair or illegal practices, we can help. We will fight to preserve your investment.
Securities and trading laws make brokers accountable for engaging in practices that put investors at risk. Some of these practices include:
- Recommendation of unsuitable investments
- Breaches of fiduciary duty
- Excessive trading, also known as churning
- Failure to provide proper guidance
- Improper margins
- Investment mishandling, such as failure to diversify
- Misrepresentation of investments
At our law firm, we take a personal approach to our clients. We will take the time to learn about your situation. We will examine whether securities law violations were involved in your investment, and carefully detail how the stock or securities broker went wrong. Our goal is not only to get your money back in the short term, but also to help you understand what happened to prevent it from happening again.
We remain in contact with you throughout your case, keeping you involved in important decisions every step of the way. You will not be left in the dark. We work hard to get your investment capital back to you so you can protect your future.
Contact an experienced fraud lawyer to discuss securities law matters.