Brokerage Houses

Brokerage House Investment Loss Attorneys

In just one year, 10 big brokerage firms agreed to pay more than $1.4 billion to settle allegations of over-optimistic research, according to the Wall Street Journal. Brokerage Houses like Merrill Lynch, Morgan Stanley, Citigroup Global Markets(formerly known as Salomon Smith Barney),UBS Paine Webberand many smaller firms have agreed to settle with both large and small investors.

The brokerage house investment loss attorneys at Woska & Hayes know how these brokerage houses work. We know how their words and actions can be confusing to investors – and how that confusion can add up to huge losses.

Brokerage houses are subject to federal (particularly the Securities and Exchange Commission or SEC) and state regulations as well as to self-regulating groups like the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), the National Association of Securities Dealers (NASD), and the Chicago Board of Trade. At Woska & Hayes, we bring our powerful depth and breadth of legal experience to helping our clients nationwide deal with broker fraud.

Wherever you live in the United States,Woska & Hayes is ready to evaluate your case and give you sound legal advice tailored to meet your needs. If you feel you have been misled by a brokerage firm, don’t let the size of the firm or their claims that you are at fault intimidate you.If you made investment decisions based on bad advice from a securities professional, the loss is most likely not your fault.

Get started today on the path toward understanding your legal rights under federal and state securities laws. When you are ready to discuss your case, contact us, the lawyers at Levi & Korsinsky, for your free consultation. If you have suffered investment losses through a brokerage house account, our attorneys may be able to help.