North Carolina Securities Attorneys
Our securities attorneys, though located in Manhattan, are able to practice in North Carolina directly through the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) or by association with local counsel in North Carolina. In fact, most securities complaints are not adjudicated in court, but are heard through binding arbitration before FINRA.How are North Carolina Investors Protected?
Investors are protected in the State of North Carolina by numerous securities laws and regulations, including the North Carolina Securities Act, the North Carolina Investment Advisers Act and the North Carolina Commodities Act. These laws, along with other state and federal laws, give investors the right to seek monetary damages against their stock brokers and financial advisors.
The North Carolina Securities Division oversees and regulates stockbrokers and financial advisers who work in North Carolina. However, the securities division cannot represent investors in private arbitrations and lawsuits, and are only focused on punishing the broker or firm, not recovering investor's losses. This is why it is so important for investors to seek out and retain a knowledgeable securities attorney who seek the recovery of lost money on their behalf.Why are We the Right Attorneys?
We are different. Our securities attorneys have experience defending brokerage firms against investor claims. Every securities attorney at Fitapelli Kurta works exclusively for investors. We will never represent a brokerage firm or a broker. Our attorneys draw on years of experience of working for large brokerage firms to zealously represent our clients.
We get results. While we cannot promise a return of your investment, our securities attorneys have recovered millions of dollars on behalf of aggrieved investors. We have a proven track record of success. Both of our founding partners are SuperLawyers®. Our firm has also received various industry awards including the Avvo Client’s Choice Award for Arbitration and a “Preeminent” rating by Martindale-Hubbell. In addition, our attorneys are regularly quoted in the media on investment related issues, appearing in trade publications as well as national media, including the Wall Street Journal and ABC News.
We get only paid if you do. Our attorneys work on contingency, meaning that we only collect a fee from clients if we are able to recover money on their behalf. We offer free telephone consultations in North Carolina and nationwide.What Should You do?
If you or someone you know lost money investing with a stock broker or financial advisor, you may be able to recover your losses. Time to file your claim is limited, however, so do not delay. Call now to speak to an attorney for free.
Our securities fraud attorneys have worked with investors from North Carolina, and we serve the following cities Charlotte, Raleigh, West Raleigh, Greensboro, Winston-Salem, Durham, Fayetteville, Cary, Wilmington, and High Point. Contact us today, do not delay.