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The Stoltmann Law Offices exclusively represents investors from across the country in securities litigation and arbitration actions including claims for fraud, unsuitable investment recommendations, excessive trading, churning, unauthorized trading, breach of fiduciary duty and misrepresentations and omissions. Investment losses often have a devastating impact on investors whose financial advisor, stockbroker, insurance agent or corporate management team failed to comply with their fiduciary duties and obligations. The failure to diversify a portfolio, unsuitable investment recommendations or a stockbroker who failed to disclose the risks associated with an investment all may be actionable claims under an investor’s state securities act entitling the investor to recovery of his or her losses, attorney fees, statutory interest and costs.
Mr. Stoltmann, an attorney and shareholder advocate, has represented over 700 individuals in lawsuits and arbitration actions against firms like Merrill Lynch, Smith Barney, Morgan Stanley, Wachovia, LPL, Prudential Securities, Edward Jones, Baird, AG Edwards and Stifel Nicolaus. The Stoltmann Law Offices works with investors on a contingency fee arrangement, to recover investment losses. Fortunately, some, or all, of the investment losses may be recoverable. To learn more, please contact the Stoltmann Law Offices in Chicago, Illinois at 312.332.4200 or review the contents of this website.
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