Arkansas Securities Attorneys
Our securities attorneys are able to practice in Arkansas – whether directly through the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) or by association with local counsel. In fact, the vast majority of securities complaints are not adjudicated in court, but instead through binding arbitration before a FINRA panel.How are Arkansas Investors Protected?
Investors in the State of Arkansas are ensured protections by a variety of securities laws and regulations, such as, the Arkansas Securities Act and the Rules of the Arkansas Securities Commissioner. These laws, as well asvarious state and federal securities laws, empower Arkansas investors to seek financial damages against investment advisers and stockbrokers.
The Arkansas Securities Department enforces the Arkansas Securities Act by overseeing and regulating stockbrokers and financial advisers operating in the state. However, the Arkansas Securities Department cannot represent investors in private arbitrations or lawsuits, and are not concerned with recovering investor's losses. For these reasons, it is essential that investors retain an experienced securities attorney to pursue the potential recovery of lost funds.Why are We the Right Attorneys?
We get results. Though we cannot make guarantees, our experience securities attorneys have recovered millions of dollars on behalf of investors who have fallen victim to broker misconduct. Our record of success speaks for itself. Both of our founding partners are SuperLawyers®, and our firm has received several industry awards including the Avvo Client’s Choice Award for Arbitration as well as a Preeminent rating by Martindale-Hubbell. Our attorneys are often quoted in the media, appearing in trade magazines and national media including the Wall Street Journal and ABC News.
We are different. We bring the benefit of insider expertise: Fitapelli Kurta’s securities attorneys have years of experience defending brokerage and advisory firms against investor claims. Now, every securities attorney in our firm works exclusively for investors. Our attorneys use their years working for the “enemy” to advocate and fight for investors.
We get only paid if you do. Our attorneys work on a contingency basis, which means they only take a fee if their clients recover lost funds. We offer free telephone consultations in Arkansas and nationwide.What Should You do?
If you or someone you know lost money investing with a stockbroker or investment adviser in Arkansas, you may be able to recover your money. The law provides a limited window to pursue recovery, so it is essential that you do not wait. Contact a securities attorney immediately.
Our securities fraud attorneys have worked with many investors from Arkansas, and we serve the following cities: Little Rock, Fayetteville, Hot Springs, Fort Smith, Bentonville, Jonesville, Conway, and Eureka Springs. Please don’t delay – contact us today.