Montana Securities Arbitration & Litigation Lawyers
We Advocate For Your Rights
Investing in securities is high risk. Despite security measures, the numerous safeguards, it is known to all experienced investors that there is always a risk and fraud is common everywhere, Montana is no exception. In Montana, there are many cases of fraud and misconduct by brokers and people lose a great deal of money. Unfortunately, when investors become victims of fraud cases, they do not know what to do. At Weltz Law, our securities litigation lawyers are committed to help recover your financial losses.
Montana is the fourth largest state in the United States of America with many nicknames like “Big Sky Country”, “The Last Best Place” and is visited by 13 million tourists every year. However, it is not populated and is known for its mountain regions, especially the famous Rocky Mountains and other landmarks. Montana’s economy is mainly driven by agriculture, with its ranching, cereal grain farming, lumber, rice, coal and oil.
Why You Need Securities Litigation Attorneys in Montana
Every relationship that investors have with their brokers are based on the shared understanding and common goal, where the client and his or her money is top priority. When this does not happen, i.e., the broker does not take the client’s interests at heart and goes on to partake in suspicious and shady activities to earn profit for him or herself, clients start to lose their money. One of the most common tricks dishonest stockbrokers do is churning, where they undertake several transactions on behalf of the client This ultimately violates the principle of stockbrokers that all transactions should be directed at achieving the financial goals of the client.
When this happens, and it does quite often, approach securities litigation attorneys for legal help. Our legal team at Weltz Law will start by understanding the facts in your case, and then provide legal advice on what you should do to get your money back rightfully. We also become your representative in court and other legal settings for any arbitration and litigation processes that may follow.