Indiana Securities Attorneys
While located in Manhattan, our securities attorneys are permitted to practice in Indiana through the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) or by association with local counsel in Indiana. The majority of securities complaints are not heard in court, but are adjudicated through binding arbitration before FINRA.How are Indiana Investors Protected?
Indiana investors are protected by the Indiana Securities Act and its accompanying securities regulations. These laws enable residents of Indiana to seek redress against brokerage firms and financial advisors who commit fraud or cause them to lose money through other wrongful acts.
The Indiana Securities Division regulates stock brokers and financial advisors in Indiana. However, the securities division cannot represent investors in private arbitrations and lawsuits – only a private securities attorney can do so. For this reason, it is important for aggrieved investors to retain a knowledgeable attorney who can help them recover their investment losses.Why are We the Right Securities Attorneys?
We are different. Our securities fraud attorneys have experience defending brokerage firms against investor claims. Our attorneys have worked at large national law firms and draw on years of experience working for investment banks. Now, every securities attorney in our firm exclusively works for investors. We do not, and will not, represent stock brokers or investment advisors.
We get results. While we cannot guarantee an outcome, our securities fraud attorneys have a proven track record of success. We have successfully recovered millions of dollars for investors. Both our founding partners are SuperLawyers. In addition, we have received numerous industry awards including the Avvo Client’s Choice Award for Arbitration and a “Preeminent” rating by Martindale-Hubbell. Finally, our attorneys are quoted regularly in the media on securities related topics, appearing in various trade publications in addition to the national media, including the Wall Street Journal and ABC News.
Our securities fraud attorneys work on contingency. We get paid only if we can recover money. For this reason, we only take cases that we believe in and are confident we can prevail. We offer free telephone consultations in Indiana and nationwide.What Should You do?
If you or someone you know suffered monetary losses investing with a financial advisor or stock broker, you may be able to recover your losses. The law does limit the amount of time you have to seek recovery, so it is important that you act immediately and contact a securities attorney.
Our securities attorneys serve the following cities in Indiana Fort Wayne, Indianapolis, Evansville, South Bend, Hammond, Bloomington, Gary, Carmel, Fisher and Muncie. Contact us today, do not delay.