Securities fraud is an all-too-common problem in today’s world, as evidenced by the many news stories about high-profile securities cases. Securities fraud doesn’t always happen on such a large scale, however. Many individual investors may suffer losses as a result of stockbroker fraud on a much smaller scale.

It can be difficult sometimes to distinguish between market losses that are a result of natural fluctuations of the stock market and those that are a result of fraudulent stockbroker practices.

Securities regulations can be complicated and difficult to sort out on your own. If you suspect that your broker may have given you intentionally misleading advice, failed to properly inform you of known investment risks, or engaged in other fraudulent behavior, give our offices a call (614) 766-2000. We’ll schedule a free, no-obligation consultation to review your situation and help you determine whether you might have a case to sue your broker for damages.