If you have been robbed or duped out of any money, by fraudsters, through investment fraud; or if you have lost money in investments, stock, securities etc because of the bad advice of your stock broker or financial advisor, you may have a valid and legal claim to file an Investment Fraud / Bad Advice Lawsuit against the fraudsters or your broker, as the case may be.
Determining A Valid Claim
In order to file a bad advice/ investment fraud lawsuit, you first need to ascertain whether or not you have a valid claim against your investment broker or any other person responsible for your losses. It is necessary to determine that your investment losses were indeed due to wrongdoing on the part of the broker/ seller/ dealer/ advisor etc, and not just as a result of the nature of the securities or investment markets. The following kinds of actions can be termed as misconduct/ bad advice/ illegal behavior and can form the basis of a bad advice/ investment fraud lawsuit.
If you have been a victim of any of the above, and have suffered investment losses as a result, then you have a valid claim and can file an investment fraud lawsuit against the responsible parties.
Types of Investment Fraud / Bad Advice Lawsuits
If arbitration is not an option for recovery of your investment losses, you can look to the following lawsuit options:
An investment fraud lawsuit also gives you the added advantage of appealing any unfavorable decisions, which cannot be done in the case of arbitrations.
If you have a valid claim for an investment fraud lawsuit, you will be best advised to consult an investment fraud attorney, who can help you with your case. Going it alone is an option that many injured investors opt to take, but such a course of action can be very complex and will also not provide you with the best representation possible to win your investment fraud lawsuit and recover your losses.
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