Florida Securities Arbitration
Investment Losses
For Investors
For Financial Advisors
Arbitration Hearings
Why Securities Arbitration?

Securities Arbitration Attorneys

Serving Stuart & the Treasure Coast

If you are an investor who has suffered financial loss, a lawsuit may not be a feasible means of seeking remedy. If you are a financial advisor who has to respond to an arbitration claim, you face the potential prospect of being ordered to pay steep financial damages. In either circumstance, you are in need of experienced legal support.

Why choose Crary Buchanan for Florida securities arbitration?

  • Our firm includes lawyers who are AV® Rated by Martindale-Hubbell®.
  • Our attorneys have handled countless cases, including numerous arbitration hearings.
  • Our team continues a legacy of trusted service that began in 1927.

We understand that you need more than just legal experience at your side; you need someone who is qualified to specifically handle financial disputes. Whether you are filing or answering a claim, you can find the knowledgeable advocacy you need with our legal team. You can start today with your case evaluation.

Find out more about the cases we handle, and how we are qualified to help:

What is securities arbitration?

Arbitration is a type of alternative resolution for business disputes, one that allows you to avoid court. Unlike mediation, where negotiations take place, arbitration involves the presentation of evidence, witness testimony, and closing statements. Unlike a trial, the rules are less formal and restrictive. Instead of having your case assigned to a judge, you and the other party get to select your arbitrator(s).

In Florida, the arbitration process starts when someone (the claimant) files a claim that states a grievance and asks for a remedy. The respondent then submits a defense to the claim, arbitrators are chosen, and an arbitration hearing takes place. In an arbitration hearing, an objective third party will come in and hear your case, either a single arbitrator or a panel of three arbitrators. Their decision is final, and can rarely be appealed. Furthermore, in the case of a panel, a majority decision is needed, not a unanimous one. If an arbitrator decides in favor of the claimant, he or she may be owed financial compensation from the respondent.

How Our Florida Securities Arbitration Lawyers Can Assist You

Legal help for investors: Do you believe that you have been wronged by a securities firm? Whether a firm acted in an investment banking role, as a broker, or as a securities trader, these professionals are required by law to practice in good faith, acting in the best interests of their clients. Our firm can help you assert your rights and seek financial recovery through the arbitration process. We have the skill to obtain justice in your case.

Legal support for financial advisors: Unfortunately, through no fault of your own, an investment could sour, and a client can blame their losses on you. Unfair as this may be, you could still find yourself defending a claim in the arbitration process. If so, our firm is prepared to protect you from unwarranted liability for a client's investment losses. We always aim to help clients achieve their objectives in the most efficient way possible.

At Crary Buchanan, our trusted professionals combine legal experience and financial acumen. We are equipped to help you. Contact a Florida securities arbitration lawyer from our firm today to learn more!

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Crary Buchanan - Stuart Attorneys
Located at 759 South Federal Highway, Suite 106,
Stuart, FL 34994.
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