Fort Worth, Texas
Fort Worth was originally established as an Army Fort in 1849 and thanks to its location on the Chisholm Trail, it developed into a trading center and the hub of the ranching industry. Visitors to Fort Worth can tour the Stockyards National Historic District, the Cowtown Coliseum, and other sites that celebrate the city’s cowboy culture. Today, more than 1,000 natural gas wells draw on the reservoir of natural gas that was discovered underneath Forth Worth in the Barnett Shale.
Securities law is a very specialized are of law practice that requires a lawyer with the right background and experience. Firm founder, Brian T. Forman is a licensed Texas attorney-mediator. In practice since 1987, Mr. Forman spent the majority of his career in the brokerage industry serving as CEO and General Counsel for brokerage firms, which he founded. Mr. Forman specializes in all aspects of securities law whether the client is a brokerage firm customer, a stockbroker, or other market participant.
Many people don’t even know they have been defrauded and believe they just lost more money than they expected. It may not be your bad luck! If you live in Fort Worth and you have lost more money than you expected in your investments, review our FAQ page that explains the types of possible broker fraud. On our FAQ page, firm founder Brian T. Forman explains different types of oil and gas, stockbroker and securities fraud and what to look for including false statements or omissions, suitability, churning, unauthorized trading, mutual fund fraud, selling away, over-concentration, PONZI schemes, and failure to follow directions.
With offices in Austin, and Tyler, Texas, the Forman Law Firm, P.C. focuses on securities arbitration, mediation, and litigation.
If you suspect that you have lost money through brokerage fraud, misconduct, or mismanagement, please contact Forman Law Firm, P.C. today for a confidential Free Case Evaluation. Call us at (866) 597-2221, email email@example.com, or fill out and submit our online “Contact Us” form.