Helping You Recoup Money Lost From Stockbroker Fraud
When you take time to invest your money wisely, you have to trust the stockbrokers and planners you work with.
Your broker should be making calculated financial decisions based on your age, education, income and long-term goals. When the plan seems to benefit the broker more than you, it is time to take action. So, what do you do?
Don’t Wait To Take Action
If you believe that you have been a victim of stockbroker fraud, negligence or malpractice, you deserve accountability, justice and compensation.
At Lamkin, Van Eman, Trimble & Dougherty, LLC, attorney Tim Van Eman helps clients in Columbus and throughout Ohio and Michigan recoup their money in stockbroker cases. He also assists clients and their lawyers in other states who are not experienced in the area of investor claims.
Types Of Stockbroker Fraud Actions
Tim handles a variety of stockbroker cases such as:
- Unsuitable recommendations — Your broker’s advice should take into consideration your risk tolerance, objectives and financial resources.
- Excessive trading — Also known as churning, financial planners may benefit from excessive trading. By constantly buying and selling stocks, they are able to earn a larger commission.
- Unauthorized transactions — You work with a broker or financial planner so you can make well-informed decisions. If he or she makes trades without permission, you may be the victim of fraud.
- Misrepresentation, rumors and false statements — Your broker may give you incorrect information about a company to persuade you to buy stock.
Decades Of Experience
Tim has years of experience handling stockbroker and investor claims and knows how to maximize compensation through the use of arbitration and litigation.
He understands the challenges his clients face. Let him help you.
Don’t Delay — Waiting Could Bar You From Recovering
There are many deadlines in cases involving financial planning and stockbroker negligence. If you wait too long, you may lose your chance to recover your money. Let Tim take meaningful action today.
Tim often handles cases on a contingency basis (but some may require a retainer for expenses).