WE help investors recover losses they have suffered in securities and investment accounts due to the misconduct or negligence of others - usually a stockbroker, financial planner or other investment advisor. If this applies to you, contact us to discuss your situation at no cost or obligation on your part. If this applies to someone you know, tell them about this website or send them a link to it.
Investment Loss Claims
INVESTMENT LOSSES can be recouped in brokerage accounts, investment advisor accounts, wrap fee accounts, retirement accounts, trust accounts, mutual fund accounts, variable annuities, pension accounts, IRA accounts, and 401-K accounts. Contact us if you have investment losses in these types of accounts, or losses related to employee stock options, options trading, or otherwise.
ANY investor can be harmed when a stockbroker, investment advisor, financial planner, money manager, or the firm they work for, gives poor advice or negligently supervises their portfolios. Professionals and well-to-do individuals are just as likely to be victimized as anyone else.
INVESTMENT LOSS CLAIMS should be stated in terms of common categories of financial advisor misconduct. These are the most common investor claims:
GENERIC terms for these failures and misdeeds of investment professionals and investment firms include stockbroker fraud, stockbroker misconduct, investment advisor fraud, investment advisor misconduct, investment fraud, financial abuse and professional malpractice.
Investment Fraud Attorney
REGARDLESS of what the misconduct is called, our expertise is securities law and securities regulation as they relate to investment sales practices, investment account management and account supervision that stock brokers, investment advisors and financial planners should do for investors.
WE are comfortable representing investors in state court, federal court, and securities arbitrations and mediations. We most often appear in matters filed with he Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) Dispute Resolution, which was formed by a merger of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) and the National Association of Securities Dealers (NASD) securities arbitration forums, and also appear in matters filed with the American Arbitration Association.
CLIENTS at the Brady Law Firm get excellent results, in part because of Richard Brady’s unique qualifications. Before opening his law office in 1997, Richard was a stockbroker for nine years. Richard also worked as a securities regulator and enforcement attorney for the state of Washington Department of Financial Institutions. And, Richard has served as a securities abitrator and pro tem judge. Very few stockbroker attorneys have qualifications that are so appropriate for representing investors in securities matters.