North Dakota Securities Arbitration & Litigation Lawyers
We Advocate For Your Rights
When weighing whether to purchase or sell securities, stocks, or perform any kind of investments, investors typically rely on a broker’s or a financial advisor’s advice as these investments can involve a large amount of money. Unfortunately, in some cases, when a financial investor or a broker breaches a fiduciary duty or provides false information during an investment, you can take legal actions against them. If you were financially harmed during an investment fraud, our team of security litigation attorneys at Weltz Law will work closely with you to access your case to determine the best advice to recover your damages. We will represent individuals or entities in arbitration and will strive to assist you in pursuing compensation for your monetary losses.
About North Dakota
With a population of more than 750,000, North Dakota is known as one of the least populated areas in the United States. Before the arrival of early Europeans, the area was inhabited by the Native Americans who were hunters and farmers. Later, the region was recognized for the trade of fur and settlements for those who arrived on boats along the Missouri River. During the 1800s, the area becomes rich farmland for several settlers who arrived from Europe and continued to have large ranches and farms till today. During the holiday seasons, travelers will visit North Dakota to experience classic airplanes to tigers and forts.
Why You Need Securities Litigation Attorneys in North Dakota
Financial advisors and brokers must represent the best interest of their clients during an investment. If you notice that your investment advisors or brokers breach their duties, resulting in financial losses, it is important to have the support of securities litigation attorneys. Having reliable securities litigation attorneys can advise you on the difference between an honest loss and a fraudulent loss. For instance, actions such as providing false information regarding an investment, embezzlement, or Ponzi scheme can constitute fraud. At Weltz Law, we can help you determine whether certain actions can conspire to fraud and assist you in taking the most appropriate actions during the legal proceedings.