You may have a viable claim depending on the kinds of investments you were sold, documents available from the brokerage firm, and your financial situation when the investment was recommended to you. Brokerage firms are required to provide you with copies of all the documents you signed and all statements and confirmations for trades upon request. In order to expedite a review of your possible case, it is best if you retrieve these documents and outline the information you have. Often these documents will reveal key information to an experienced securities arbitration attorney which will support a valid case of securities fraud. The securities laws are highly technical, have been construed by the courts, and therefore it is important that you seek the advice of an experienced securities attorney to review a possible claim. For a free initial consultation, contact Diane Nygaard at (913) 485-5014 or go to the Contact page of this website and send an e-mail describing your problem.
What if I did not keep notes about what my broker told me, but he outright lied to me regarding an investment? Can I still bring a claim?