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Securities Fraud Attorney Boca Raton Florida – FAQ’s

Gregory Tendrich’s practice is devoted to securities litigation in Boca Raton, FL. He spent ten years as an in-house lawyer for major stock brokerage firms. About ten years ago he decided to open his own practice representing investors and stock brokers with regulatory matters. It is a very specialized practice. There is no typical client as anyone who has done any investing can be defrauded by their stock broker or financial advisor. The question that determines a claim is has the financial advisor make a recommendation that was suitable for the investor? If not, there may be cause for a claim.

Greg Tendrich’s review of a case is different from many other attorneys. Having represented brokerage firms and stock brokers in the past, his analysis may be quite different than an attorney who had not had this type of exposure. It is important to know what the documents, goals and discussions were with the advisor or stock broker.

There are warning signs that the investor should be aware of. One is if there is trading activity that the client didn’t approve. Another is if the broker makes promises that he or she can’t keep. Not returning phone calls and investments that suddenly lose their value are other red flags. Mr. Tendrich offers a free consultation. As his firm works on a contingency basis and shares the risk, he will not take the case if he feels there is not a solid claim. Please visit the website, http://securityattorny.net, or call 561-417-8777 for more information.

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