- 5.0/5.0 (23 reviews)
Brokers and brokerage firms are supposed work for their investor clients – not the other way around. The wrongdoers should be held accountable when stockbrokers, supervisors and brokerage firms misrepresent the truth about the investments, omit important facts about the investments they recommend, and place their own interests ahead of their clients' interests. When brokers and firms scheme to take advantage of investors or act with negligence and a lack of integrity, the offender's fraud should be immediately stopped, the wrongdoers should be held financially liable for their wrongs and for their clients' losses, and future transgressions should be deterred.
Richard Frankowski, the founding partner of The Frankowski Firm, has been advocating for individual and institutional investors for 15 years. Our firm's lawyers understand the complexities of state and federal securities laws. We also are intimately aware of the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) Rules that govern all aspects of the securities arbitration process. We represent clients before arbitration panels, in court, and in mediation. Our practice is dedicated to protecting investor rights and to correcting the wrongful conduct that damages our clients.
Our goal is to fight for the rights of investors and to hold financial brokers and entities liable for greed, malpractice, fraud, and negligence. The Frankowski Firm has a proven track record of obtaining large awards for financial injustice.
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