Frequently Asked Questions
At Lewins Law, Richard A. Lewins has been asked many of the same questions from different clients. As a Securities lawyer, Richard is here to help you navigate the often complicated world of investment law. To better help you, he has provided replies to many of these commonly asked questions.
Question: How do I know if I have a good case?
Answer: First and foremost, you need to have suffered losses. When determining losses, you must account for the money you have withdrawn from the account, and exclude those from your calculations. Only in rare circumstances will a broker or firm be held accountable for the money you took out or spent.
Next, you need to distinguish bad luck from bad acts. Brokers are not foretellers of the future with regard to how the markets will perform, nor will they be held to that standard by a trier of fact.
There are several other inquiries Richard is able to help you with. He has no problem addressing any question you have, including:
Will I Be in Court?
What Does It Cost to Bring a Claim?
Do I Need to Hire an Attorney?
How Long Is This Process?
Can I Recover My Costs and Attorney’s Fees?
To discover the answers to these questions and to find out if you’re able to file a claim, contact Richard A. Lewins. He has represented clients all over the Country.