Securities investors lose billions of dollars every year as a result of various negligent, unethical, fraudulent or other wrongful conduct of Wall Street financial institutions. Through a securities class action lawsuit, a single or small group of investors can pursue claims against the wrongdoer on behalf of all similarly harmed investors.
Investors suffering losses through securities fraud may be individuals or institutions. A securities fraud class action lawsuit is often an appropriate remedy when the costs of litigation would be prohibitive for a single client. A securities fraud class action claim brings about efficient consolidation of complaints, evidence and required effort to prosecute the case.
Florida Securities Fraud Class Action Law Firm Welcomes Inquiries
Dimond Kaplan & Rothstein, P.A., AV-rated* litigation law firm based in Miami and West Palm Beach, represents investors nationwide and worldwide. Our lawyers bring class actions regarding brokerage firm misconduct, stockbroker misconduct, as well as commercial disputes.
Our securities clients have suffered securities investment losses due to the negligence, incompetence, fraud or dishonesty of stockbrokers and brokerage firms. When large numbers of investors have been defrauded in a similar fashion, a class action lawsuit may be the most efficient legal remedy. Our Miami securities fraud class actions attorneys advise and represent individuals and institutions whose investments were mishandled. Clients come to us from Florida locations such as Miami, Ft. Lauderdale and from all over the state, the U.S. and the world.
Contact a Miami Securities Fraud Class Actions Attorney
If you feel that you have lost money as a result of stockbroker or brokerage firm misconduct, such as failure to register as required by law, contact us in Miami or West Palm Beach for a free consultation.
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