Kentucky Securities Arbitration & Securities Litigation Lawyers
We Advocate For Your Rights
Despite the many measures taken to protect investors, fraud cases are still quite common in the securities market. Kentucky is no exception, with many falling victim to financial elder abuse and pyramid schemes. When investors become victims of such scams, they often do not know what they should do, and undergo anger and confusion over how to recover the money lost. Attorneys at Weltz Law can help you. With our knowledge and expertise in securities litigation, we aim to bring you the best legal services to help you with your case.
Kentucky has a population of almost 4.5 million people and is considered the 26th most populous state of the entire United States. Over 20% of the state’s population stays in the state’s capital and its two largest cities, Frankfort, Louisville, and Lexington. Illinois, Ohio, Indiana, West Virginia, Tennessee, and Missouri form the borders of Kentucky. One of the biggest attractions in Kentucky is the Mammoth Cave National Park, which is the world’s longest cave system. Kentucky is also home to two of the biggest man-made lakes located beside Mississippi River.
Why You Need Securities Litigation Attorneys in Kentucky
An investor would usually expect that his or her broker would act in their best interests. However, the unfortunate truth is that some brokers take advantage of their clients. For instance, sometimes stockbrokers may take on several transactions while their client is kept in the dark to generate commissions for themselves. As such, the broker would have placed their own interests above the clients’ and neglected their clients’ financial goals.
If you are a victim of such fraud cases, the best thing to do is to turn to securities litigation lawyers on advice on what to do next. Attorneys at Weltz Law will meticulously analyze the facts of your case and advise you on what is the next step you should take. We will also provide full support and representation if any arbitration or litigation process follows.