Los Angeles Securities Fraud Attorney
The law firm of Dimond Kaplan & Rothstein, P.A. represents individual and institutional investors who have lost money as a result of securities fraud or stockbroker negligence. When you work with a Los Angeles security fraud attorney from Dimond Kaplan & Rothstein they will aggressively pursue claims to recover your investment losses.
Los Angeles securities lawyer
Each Los Angeles securities lawyer at Dimond Kaplan & Rothstein will handle investment loss cases concerning a broad range of securities and “commodities,” including:
- Stocks, bonds and hedge funds
- Variable annuities
- Structured products
- Private placements
- Interest-rate swaps
- Precious metal
- Foreign exchange (Forex) matters ranging from complex fraud, misconduct, negligence and breach of fiduciary duties
Our Los Angeles stockbroker negligence lawyer will handle investment loss cases in FINRA arbitration, and at all levels of state and federal court.
2029 Century Park East
Los Angeles, CA 90067
Every Los Angeles investment fraud attorney at Dimond Kaplan & Rothstein provides counsel and representation on matters including
- securities fraud
- investment fraud
- stockbroker negligence
- stockbroker fraud
- broker and securities employment disputes.
Los Angeles Securities Attorney
We are dedicated to obtaining the best results for our clients. f your broker failed to properly manage your account, recommended unsuitable securities, made unauthorized trades, misrepresented the risk or nature of an investment, or breached fiduciary duties owed to you, you may have certain legal rights that require immediate attention.
Your first step should be to schedule a free consultation with a Los Angeles securities lawyer here at Dimond Kaplan & Rothstein. Simply complete the form below or contact us at 888-578-6255 today!
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