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San Diego Couple File Six-Figure GWG L Bond Lawsuit Against Infinity Financial Services And Broker Anna Marie Ocampo Lovell. Our California IL Bond Fraud Law Firm Are Representing This Older Couple

Shepherd Smith Edwards and Kantas ( represent retail investors who have suffered losses in GWG Holdings. The alternative asset company is accused of running an allegedly more than $1.6B Ponzi scam that has left tens of thousands of investors who purchased GWG L Bonds, including many retirees, with huge losses.

Our clients include a San Diego couple who are suing Infinity Financial Services and La Jolla, CA-based financial advisor Anna Marie Ocampo Lovell for up to six figures in damages. The investors, who both suffer from health issues, entrusted this Infinity broker to tailor their portfolio to their best interests and protect them from taking on any undue risks.

Dallas, Texas Financial Advisor Fraud Law Firm

Representing Investors Over Losses Caused by Stockbroker Misconduct or Negligence

Founded in 1990, Shepherd Smith Edwards and Kantas ( is proud to be one of the most recognized and well-respected financial advisor fraud law firms both in Texas and the United States. Led by Senior Securities Law Partners Kirk SmithSam Edwards, and William Shepherd, we represent investors in going after the brokerage firms and investment advisers whose wrongful or negligent actions caused serious investment losses.

Florida Financial Advisor Fraud Attorneys From Our Tampa Law Office, We Represent Retail Investors, Retirees, High-Net-Worth Investors, and Institutions 

With so many investors from all walks of life living in Florida, it is important to know that our trusted Tampa financial advisor fraud law firm is here to help. Shepherd Smith Edwards and Kantas ( represent retail investors, seniors, retirees, accredited investors, high-net-worth individual investors, and institutional investors in pursuing the damages they are owed because of broker misconduct or negligence.

Whether you have been the victim of Florida Financial Advisor Fraud Attorneys by a broker or investment adviser, or a registered representative based elsewhere in the United States, we cannot stress how essential it is that you work with seasoned securities lawyers who have the experience and resources to see your investment loss recovery claim to its conclusion.

Are You A Chinese Investor Who Suffered Losses in iCap Securities?

Our Broker Fraud Law Firm Represents Non-US Citizens in Recouping Losses From US Brokerage Firms

Shepherd Smith Edwards and Kantas Broker Fraud Law Firm ( is representing both US citizens and non-US citizens in recouping their losses involving iCap. Some 1800 investors are believed to have purchased iCap investments that were issued by iCap Enterprises and sold by US-based broker-dealers, which appear to have been paid up to 10% in commissions by iCap Equity.

There is Still Time To Try To Recover Your GWG L Bond Losses

California Brokers From Expelled Firm Ordered To Pay More Than $1M To Investor

A Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) arbitration panel recently awarded over $1 million in damage to a GWG L Bond investor. The three respondents in the case were all former financial advisors at the now-expelled broker-dealer Accelerated Capital Group in Costa Mesa, CA. Two of them, Michael Barrows and Eric Ludovico, were ordered to pay the award. (They are now registered M Stevens Securities brokers in Irvine, CA.)

Did Emerson Equity Broker Tony Barouti Sell You GWG L Bonds?

The Investment Broker Fraud Law Firm of Shepherd Smith Edwards and Kantas Is Continuing To Investigate Investor Losses

If you are an investor who suffered losses in GWG Holdings L Bonds, please contact Shepherd Smith Edwards and Kantas ( today. To date, our Investment Broker Fraud Law Firm has filed a number of broker fraud lawsuits against the broker-dealers and, in some cases, their registered representatives who allegedly unsuitably sold these high-risk junk bonds to investors. GWG Holdings is accused of operating a more than $1.6B Ponzi scam.

Louisiana Broker Fraud Attorneys

Our Seasoned New Orleans Securities Law Firm Represents Investors Against US-Based Broker-Dealers 

Trusting a financial professional to manage your funds comes with the hope that they will, at the very least, keep your money safe if not grow your assets. Unfortunately, that isn’t always what happens. Investors have been known to suffer serious portfolio losses due to broker fraud or misconduct. From our Metairie securities law offices in Jefferson Parish, Shepherd Smith Edwards and Kantas ( represents Louisiana clients in pursuing damages from US-based broker-dealers through arbitration, mediation, and litigation.

Illinois Broker Fraud Attorneys

Our Trusted Chicago Securities Law Firm Represents Illinois Investors Against Their Broker-Dealers 

If you lost money on NYSE Chicago or in an investment that was marketed to you by a US financial advisor, and you are wondering whether stockbroker fraud or negligence was a factor, Shepherd Smith Edwards and Kantas ( can help you explore your legal options. We represent investors throughout The Prairie State in holding broker-dealers liable for our client’s losses.

New York Broker Fraud Attorneys

Our Buffalo Securities Lawyers Help NY Investors In Pursuing Damages From Brokerage Firms 

Whether you live in Manhattan or elsewhere in The Empire State, Shepherd Smith Edwards and Kantas ( represents retail investors, retirees, older investors, high-net-worth investors, and institutional investors in suing their US broker-dealer for misconduct or negligence. With over a combined century’s worth of experience in securities law and the securities industry, our seasoned New York stockbroker fraud attorneys, legal assistants, and consultants are here to fight for you.

Should I Sue My Brokerage Firm Over My Colorado Bankers Life Insurance Losses?

Judge Orders Partial Payment to CB Life Annuity Investors

With tens of thousands of Colorado Bankers Life Insurance and Bankers Life Insurance investors owed hundreds of millions of dollars for the annuity policies they purchased, a superior court judge has ordered Colorado Bankers Life Insurance to pay them 25% of their policies—that is on 65,000 annuity contracts. Similar payments may also be decided for Bankers Life Insurance policyholders. While this order by the judge is in investors’ favor, as Shepherd Smith Edwards and Kantas Senior Partner and annuity loss lawyer Kirk Smith explained in a recent Wall Street Journal article: investors should consider their legal options beyond the current bankruptcy, regulatory, and criminal proceedings if they want to maximize their chances for a full financial recovery.

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