Although an attorney is not required by the FINRA, it is generally advisable. Securities Arbitration practice is different from most other types of litigation or dispute resolution, and an attorney experienced in the procedures utilized in FINRA arbitration will greatly enhance your ability to get your story told in an effective and timely manner to a qualified panel of arbitrators. While many business litigators are willing to accept cases against brokerage firms, unless they are sufficiently experienced in this specific area of securities arbitration, it may be best to interview attorneys who concentrate their practice in these areas.
Bryan Forman and the Forman Law Firm, P.C.'s practice is almost exclusively limited to representing investors against brokerage firms, and other matters related to the securities and investment industries. We have the necessary experience. Please click here to review Mr. Forman credentials, or click here to contact us.
Bryan Forman helped me through the turmoil of an investment advisor taking my family’s money. I was depressed and they gave me hope. They helped me recover some of the money taken from me. Bryan and his assistant Melody Bounds helped me with other concerns in my life and I am grateful. They kept me informed every step of the way and I highly recommend their firm. Nancy
Down to earth, personal, professional attention Bryan and his assistant Melody could not have been more kind, compassionate and attentive. They explained everything that would be happening and were always available. My family is extremely grateful for the way they handled our legal issue. I would highly recommend them for your investment and securities issues. Vicki
I hired Bryan to help me with an issue with a financial institution. Bryan and his assistant Melody Bounds were professional and personal while resolving my situation. Bryan's experience and expertise were crucial in the positive outcome. Both he and Melody spent long hours researching and preparing my case. There was excellent communication during the process and they always kept me informed on the current events in my case. They treated me like family and not just a client. I would highly recommend Bryan Forman to represent anyone that needs legal representation regarding possible malpractice regarding investment fraud. Bryan will listen sincerely to your situation and give you his honest opinion on the validity of your case. John
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