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Texas Investment Fraud and Negligence

Texas Investment Fraud and Negligence

Many investors in Texas are the victims of investment fraud and negligence and do not know it. Fraud and negligence can take many shapes but always result in a loss of hard-earned savings. To discuss your potential matter call 844-253-5858 toll-free.

Whether the losses are due to a broker recommending high risk investments to obtain a higher commissions, selling illiquid investments to those who need access to their funds, or any of the other countless forms of negligence and fraud, recourse exists.

Most recoveries are through arbitration. This is a relatively quick process with limited discovery.

The Texas Securities Act protects Texas investors from fraud and imposes many duties upon those selling securities in Texas. This is a comprehensive statute and offers greater protection to investors than can be found in many other states.

Investors in Texas are also protected by state regulators but they often do not have the time or resources to pursue all claims and often cannot provided individualized relief. A private attorney usually offers investors the best chances of recovery.

Representation on a contingency fee basis is available for most cases. This means that the attorney fee is contingent upon the successful resolution of the case.

Texas Seniors distressed over investment fraud and negligence.
Countless Texas investors are the victims of fraud and negligence each year.

Disclosure:  Actions against any Texas stockbroker or brokerage firms is generally required to be arbitrated as opposed to litigated.  Arbitration is a form of alternative dispute resolution.  Jeffrey Pederson is a lawyer who has handled hundreds of similar securities arbitration cases.  Attorneys from outside Texas regularly handling such arbitrations and are permitted to arbitrate cases in Texas if licensed in another jurisdiction within the United States.  While this posting is intended for informational purposes, some jurisdictions may consider it advertising material.  See for information on physical locations and other contact information.