The Securities Act of 1933, the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, the Investment Advisors Act of 1940, and the Sarbanes-Oxley law passed in 2002 are among the many laws which regulate the securities and financial industry to protect investors. While a broad array of regulations exist to ensure investors are provided with accurate information and to regulate the behavior of brokers, financial advisors, and money managers, understanding these rules and navigating the legal landscape of securities law can be challenging.
Many investors who sustain losses do not understand their rights and are unaware of the potential to make a claim to recover their financial damage. Unfortunately, the investors who can least afford to face substantial losses often face the most significant challenges in interpreting and applying the rules and regulations which are aimed at protecting them. Zamansky LLC is here for those investors.
Zamansky LLC has a long track record of representing clients harmed by securities fraud and unsuitable investment advice. In recent years, we have focused on representing a particular group of investors who have faced substantial damages due to crashing prices in the energy sector. Many conservative investors were aggressively sold oil and gas investments with promises that investing in these commodities would provide high yields with minimal to no risk. These investments were inappropriate for conservative investors, many of whom have lost 50 percent or more of the value of their original investment funds.
Our legal team represents victims of oil and gas investment fraud as well as clients affected by many other types of financial fraud. If you believe you have suffered investment losses due to the advice of brokers, financial advisors, or money managers, we are here to help. We offer personalized advice and representation to clients and explore legal options for recovering investment capital.
Resources for Victims of Investment Fraud or Unsuitable Financial Advice
- Signs You Have an Investment Fraud Claim: These red flags indicate that you may be able to recover your losses and should contact a lawyer for help.
- How to Choose an Investment Fraud Attorney: Learn how you can find a legal professional with the knowledge and experience you need to make a claim for financial recovery.
- How to Report Investment Fraud: This guide provides the information you need about reporting fraudulent practices on the part of brokers, investment advisors, and other financial professionals.
- Stock Fraud FAQs: Many of the questions you have about stock fraud are answered here.
- Investment fraud glossary: Common investment fraud terms are defined.
These resources provide information about investment fraud, your legal rights and whether you may have a case. However, there is no substitute for legal advice. Contact Zamansky LLC for a consultation on whether you have a claim.
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