Investment Lawsuits

When you put your trust in a financial advisor, the results do not always match your expectations. Sometimes investment loss cannot be anticipated, and you must accept that the market is unpredictable. However, investment brokers have an obligation to handle your money ethically and give you full disclosure of their decisions. If a broker violated the terms of your contract for financial services, you may be entitled to the return of your initial investment. Learn how our attorneys determine when it is appropriate to file an investment lawsuit.

Mobile and Balwdin County Lawyers Who can Help You Recover Your Savings

You may not be certain if you are a victim of investment fraud. When you form a relationship with a financial consultant, you want to believe that your money will be handled properly. While all investment involves risk, there is a difference between unexpected stock performance and unscrupulous investment behavior. Jackson & Foster, LLC is your advocate when a financial advisor has caused you to lose money through negligence or intentional fraud.

Is your broker guilty of churning?

Brokers are obliged to invest your money according to your stated objectives and your clear best interests. When a broker conducts excessive and unnecessary transactions for the purpose of generating extra commissions, this is known as churning. The practice is a violation of regulations established by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), and may entitle you to damages. Our attorneys carefully examine your investment records to determine if you have a valid claim for churning.

Are you a victim of securities fraud?

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) defines securities fraud as:

  • High yield investment fraud
  • Ponzi schemes
  • Pyramid schemes
  • Advanced fee schemes
  • Foreign currency fraud
  • Broker embezzlement
  • Hedge fund related fraud
  • Late day trading

Have you lost your retirement income?

You may have been given a misleading expectation of successful results in your retirement planning. Brokers are obligated to disclose the high risk involved with certain types of investments, such as:

  • Wrap accounts
  • Unit trusts
  • High-tech stocks
  • Annuities

If you lost your nest egg and your broker failed to adequately warn you of the risk, you may have a legitimate claim of investment fraud. Our lawyers analyze your situation and seek damages if appropriate.

Let our compassionate attorneys help you recover your losses

Jackson & Foster, LLC cares about your future. We fight for you in court to recover your investment losses and win you damages. Contact us online or call 251-433-6699 to schedule a free consultation.