The Difference Between Financial Fraud and a Bad Investment
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White Collar Criminal Defense Lawyers for Financial Fraud Claims
In the video found below, injury attorney Patrick Montoya explains the important difference between a poor investment decision and being the victim of your stockbroker’s negligence. The accident attorneys of the law firm Colson Hicks Eidson have worked on behalf of numerous clients affected by financial fraud, and we have decades of experience securing significant compensation for their damages. If you suspect that the individual or company managing your investments made a negligent decision that resulted in serious financial losses, speak with our white collar criminal defense attorneys for more information about our work in this legal area.
Fraud cases often make the headlines. Fraud cases make the headlines because somebody stole from you. But many times, there’s legitimate-seeming brokerage houses that aren’t stealing from you, but they simply made a bad investment of your money. Stockbrokers make bad decisions. Sometimes their decisions are negligent. A bad investment may simply not just be a bad investment; it may be a compensable, financial injury to you. There may be compensation available to you. We’ve obtained many successful results against stockbrokers for bad investments. We think it’s very important that when your money is invested poorly or improperly that you contact us in order to investigate your claim.