A National Securities Arbitration & Investment Fraud Law Firm - Elder Financial Fraud Attorneys

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There are several avenues available when seeking justice in an elder financial fraud case. Experienced legal counsel can help you navigate your options and ensure that you are prepared to make your case every step of the way. Explore all the options available to you and contact us to get the legal guidance you need. We work on a contingency-fee basis, which means you pay nothing unless we successfully help you recover funds.

Securities Arbitration

When parties have a legal argument, it is possible to avoid having to go to court. Securities arbitration through the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) is often the best choice because the matter can be resolved more quickly and less expensively. If you’re having a dispute with a financial advisor or broker, you should consider securities arbitration.

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Securities Mediation

Like securities arbitration, securities mediation through FINRA is a path investors take to resolve disputes with financial advisors or brokerage firms. During this process, both parties tell their story to an impartial mediator whom they have both agreed upon. Though the mediation is not binding, it is often successful and can avoid arbitration or litigation.

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AAA Arbitration

AAA arbitration is another way to settle a financial dispute. Going through the American Arbitration Association is often the appropriate option when dealing with an investment advisor who is not registered with FINRA. The goal of AAA is to arbitrate as quickly as possible while making sure all parties get the same fair treatment.

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State Court Representation

Laws concerning financial fraud are not universal, and they vary from state to state. This is why it is crucial that investors choose attorneys familiar with state laws. The Silver Law Group represents investors nationwide, and our attorneys are well-versed in regulations regarding financial fraud and malfeasance in every state.

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Federal Court Representation

Both state and federal laws govern financial fraud, which is why experienced legal professionals are needed to figure out which type of fraud was involved, which laws were violated, and whether any actions qualify for federal or state action. The Silver Law Group has a proven track record of successful outcomes when it comes to federal cases.

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Class Action Lawsuits

In instances when many investors have suffered financial losses from the same advisor or brokerage firm, a class action lawsuit may be the ideal option. This is when a group of people band together for one lawsuit. The lawyers at the Silver Law Group have extensive experience representing securities fraud victims in class action suits, helping them achieve favorable outcomes.

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