Texas, National, & International Investment Fraud Lawsuits Including Consumer Investor Fraud Lawsuits, Business Investor Fraud Lawsuits, & Other Investment Misrepresentation Lawsuits by Texas, National, and International Business Investor Fraud Lawyer & Consumer Investor Fraud Lawyer Jason S. Coomer

With the deregulation of investment markets and decreased SEC enforcement, has come large investor fraud schemes that have fraudulently taken Billions of dollars from consumer and business investors.  Many investment firms, brokers, financial planners, real estate professionals, and other people that make their money from investments have made fraudulent misrepresentations that have cost investors great sums of money and retirement savings.  These fraudulent investment wrongdoers are often difficult to catch and require an experienced legal team to help prove the fraud and locate the stolen or lost assets.

If you have lost your life savings or a large amount of money through an investment fraud scheme, misappropriation of funds by a broker or investment firm, misrepresentations, broker negligence, careless investment advice, deceptive investment advice, inadequate risk warnings, churning, or other unethical or unlawful investment acts, feel free to submit an inquiry or send an e-mail to Texas Investment Fraud Lawyer Jason Coomer.  He may be able to help you recover your losses or at least obtain an accounting of the investments.

Investment Fraud Lawyer, Business Investor Fraud Lawyer, and Consumer Investor Fraud Lawyer Handles Texas, National, and International National Investment Fraud Lawsuits

Texas Investment Fraud Lawyer Jason Coomer handles Texas Investment Fraud Lawsuits and works with other lawyers across the United States on other large investment fraud lawsuits, class actions, shareholder actions, broker fraud law suits, elder fraud law suits, business torts, and mass torts.  He commonly works for investors on several types of investment fraud cases.

In investigating business investor fraud claims and consumer investor fraud claims, it is important to obtain as much documentation of the investment, misrepresentations, investment losses, and fraudulent actions as possible.  Often times it is a good idea to obtain a complete copy of your file prior to threatening or beginning litigation against an investor or broker.  It is also always important to keep copies of all contracts, statements, correspondence, and other investment documentation regardless as to if you expect litigation.  Typically, these investment fraud law suits and arbitrations turn on the e-mail messages, on-line transactions, bank statements, sign up information, marketing information, and other documents that the investor has or is able to obtain.

Investment Annuity Cases and  Investment Accounting Misappropriation Claims

Texas Investment Fraud Lawyer Jason Coomer is currently working with other Investment Fraud Lawyers on investigating fraudulent annuity and accounting claims against John Hancock Life Insurance Company regarding clients who purchased deferred fixed annuities. These annuities are considered "flexible" by the fact they allow additional deposits to be made by the client after the initial purchase and initial deposit. Specifically, our investigation involves any John Hancock client who purchased such an annuity and (1) made at least one additional deposit after the initial purchase (or more) and (2) also withdrew interest from the annuity (not principle) at any point after the initial purchase of the product. These clients may very well have a claim against John Hancock for improperly accounting for the interest payments and breaching the contract through the use of improper actuarial methods.

Fraudulent and Negligent Stock Broker Investment Law Suits

Recent decisions by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) have imposed over $1.4 billion in penalties on several top investment banks, brokerage firms, and brokers.  As such, it is apparent that you cannot always trust brokers to give you the complete picture regarding stocks, bonds, and other securities.  If you feel that your investment dealer or adviser has not been honest and has caused you to suffer significant investment losses, your best bet to recover your losses from investment fraud or securities fraud losses is to speak to an experienced broker fraud lawyer regarding your stock fraud concerns.

In reviewing stock broker fraud, an investor should know that investing in the stock market can be a risky proposition. Markets and investments can fluctuate and the majority of investment losses result from such fluctuations rather than from stock broker fraud or misconduct. However, stock fraud does happen, and you should understand common forms of stock broker misconduct.   Some of the most common forms of broker fraud are as follows:

  • Churning

  • Excessive Trading

  • Unsuitable Investments

  • Misrepresentation

  • Purchase of Unsuitable Securities

  • Investing in Variable Annuities/Variable Universal Life Policies

  • Risky or negligent Retirement Planning

  • Unauthorized Trading

  • Failure to Advise of Risky Investments

  • Unauthorized Risk Profile Changes

Large Investment Law Suits, Fraudulent Derivatives, and the Pooling Effect

Unfortunately, with the pooling of large amounts of money in pension funds, retirement funds, stocks, mutual funds, bonds, derivatives, commercial real estate, and other investments comes the danger of fraudulent investment scams and broker negligence that can take a person's life savings.  If you have lost your life savings or a large some of money through misappropriation of into a pooled fund or in a fraudulently marketed derivative, please feel free to submit an inquiry or send an e-mail to Derivative Investment Fraud Lawyer Jason Coomer.  He may be able to help you recover your losses or at least obtain an accounting of the investments.

Austin Texas Investment Fraud Attorney, Jason Coomer helps investors that have lost large amounts of money through wrongful acts of brokers, investment firms, financial planners, majority shareholders, corporate officers, and brokers.  He  reviews investment strategies, accounting records, corporate actions, and investor trading; negotiates settlements; and if necessary files claims against negligent or fraudulent brokers.   Austin Business Lawyer, Jason Coomer is an experienced business litigation attorney that handles investment fraud law suits, shareholder actions, commercial real estate law, computer law, and other business litigation.  His office frequently works with other investment fraud lawyers professionals including Houston Investment Fraud Lawyers, Georgia Annuity Fraud Lawyers, Dallas Broker Fraud Lawyers, San Antonio Consumer Investor Fraud Lawyers, and other Austin Securities and Investment Fraud Lawyers to provide high end professional legal services at reasonable prices.

Texas Investment Fraud Lawyer

Texas Investment Fraud Lawyer, Jason S. Coomer, helps consumer and business investors regain compensation for fraudulent investment practices that have cost them large amounts of money.  Whether the fraudulent investment is real estate, stocks, mutual funds, mineral interests, water rights, annuities, viaticals, derivatives, or other financial instruments; it is important to protect your assets and to properly investigate in fraudulent, deceptive, or negligent actions that may have caused significant loss of assets.  Feel free to contact Texas Investment Fraud Lawyer, Jason Coomer, if you need a Texas Consumer Investor Fraud attorney or a Texas Investment Fraud lawyer to advise you on a Texas investment fraud law suit or arbitration. 


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