Protecting Your Rights After Securities Fraud

Have you discovered that the attributes of commercial real estate or a corporation you invested in were misstated so as to appear more financially viable? Did you suffer financial damages as a result?

At the Law Offices of Kenneth E. Chase, PC, we have successfully represented clients who have been intentionally misled by investment advisors, realtors, financial planners, accountants, or others in the course of purchasing real estate or shares of a business.

Contact our Scottsdale securities fraud attorney, if you suspect or know that you have been the victim of fraud.

Evaluating Your Investment Loss

An investment loss does not automatically equal securities fraud, or any other violation of law. However, securities fraud may exist if this loss is coupled with intentional misrepresentation, breach of fiduciary duty or "fraudulent intent" to deceive regarding the nature of the investment or its return.

Scottsdale securities fraud lawyer Kenneth E. Chase can represent you when you have been defrauded. This can happen in any circumstance requiring a large investment of money, including:

  • Purchase and sale of real estate
  • Purchase and sale of a business
  • Purchase of shares of a business

He will persuasively negotiate to recover all damages associated with the securities fraud committed against you, whether in arbitration or litigation. Recoverable damages include:

  • Money damages due to intentional misrepresentation or breach of fiduciary duty
  • Compensatory damages
  • Attorney fees in some cases

If there is fraudulent intent, punitive damages may be recovered under some circumstances. Securities fraud representation requires the highest level of ethical standards and personal service. Contact our Phoenix, Arizona, investment and stockbroker fraud lawyer today to discuss your situation. Call 480-428-2353 or 877-567-6414 or contact us online.