New Mexico Securities Attorneys

If you have suffered losses investing with a broker or an investment adviser in New Mexico, the securities and investment fraud law firm Fitapelli Kurta is prepared to seek justice on your behalf.

Most securities claims are not adjudicated in a courtroom; rather, they are heard in binding arbitration before a Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) panel. Fitapelli Kurta has years of experience championing investor rights in this setting. Call 877-238-4175 today for a free consultation.

How Are New Mexico Investor Rights Protected?

The New Mexico Securities Division enforces the New Mexico Uniform Securities Act, which establishes a network of rules regulating financial professionals and protecting brokers against fraud. It also provides a number of resources to educate investors and promote financial literacy.

However, the New Mexico Securities Division cannot represent investors in FINRA arbitration; only private securities have this ability. Similarly, the New Mexico Securities Division cannot compel a respondent party to return damages to an aggrieved party; only a court has that power.

This is why it is crucial for investors to use the services of a knowledgeable securities attorney in the pursuit of lost funds.

What Makes Us The Right Attorneys?

Fitapelli Kurta offers the benefit of insider expertise. Our attorneys spent years defending broker-dealer firms against investor claims, but now exclusively represent investors. We use our knowledge from years working for the “enemy” to pursue justice for our clients.

We cannot guarantee success, but we can point to our record: we have recovered millions of dollars on behalf of our clients. Both of Fitapelli Kurta’s founding partners are SuperLawyers®, and the firm has received various industry recognitions – the Avvo Client’s Choice Award for Arbitration, for example, and a “Preeminent” rating by Martindale-Hubbell. Our attorneys are frequently quoted in the media on investment related issues, appearing in such titles as the Wall Street Journal and ABC News.

Finally, we work on contingency: we only collect a fee if we are able to collect damages for our clients. We offer free telephone consultations in New Mexico and nationwide.

What Should I Do Now?

If you or someone you know has lost money investing with a broker or investment adviser in New Mexico, you may be entitled to recover your losses. You may have a limited window to file a claim with FINRA, so it is imperative that you act quickly.

Fitapelli Kurta services the following cities in New Mexico: Santa Fe, Albuquerque, Taos, Las Cruces, Roswell, Rio Rancho, Ruidoso, Farmington, and more. Don’t delay – call Fitapelli Kurta today: 877-238-4175.