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GWG L Bond Investors Still Have Time To Sue Their Brokers Over Their Losses

Our Knowledgeable GWG Investment Loss Attorneys Can Help You Explore Your Legal Options

Nearly one year after GWG Holdings, Inc. filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, L Bond investors who were sold $1.6B of these high-yield junk bonds are still waiting to recover their losses. If you are someone who purchased GWG L Bonds at the recommendation of your financial advisor, you should know that waiting for your money through these proceedings could be a very long and potentially disappointing process. What you can do, however, is explore your other legal options and see if you have grounds for suing your broker-dealer or investment adviser that sold you these alternative investments. Visit GWG Holdings for more information.

Our Closed-End Mutual Fund Investment Loss Attorneys Work With Retail Investors, Retirees and Others 

Priority Income Fund Investors Are Wondering What To Do After Liquidity Strategy Changes

While many investors generally think of mutual funds as safe, low-risk investments, that is not always the case. Now, in the wake of Priority Income Fund disclosing to the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) that there has been a change to its liquidation strategy, investors of this closed-end mutual fund may be grappling with what they should do to protect their money.

Why KBS Growth & Income REIT Investors May Want To Speak With A Savvy Non-Traded Real Estate Investment Trust Loss Lawyer

KBS REIT Discloses Liquidation Plans

If you sustained losses in KBS Growth & Income REIT, Shepherd Smith Edwards and Kantas ( can help you determine whether you have grounds for a broker negligence lawsuit. On February 13, 2023, this non-traded real estate investment trust (non-traded REIT), which is believed to have raised about $94M in common stock proceeds during its offering period from 2015 to 2019, reportedly submitted a preliminary proxy statement that included a liquidation plan.

Are You a Latin America Retiree Who Suffered Northstar Financial Services (Bermuda) Investor Losses?

Our Northstar (Bermuda) Lawyers Represent International Investors Against US-Based Brokerage Firms

Whether you are a Latin American investor who is a US resident or one who lives abroad if your brokerage firm unsuitably recommended and sold you Northstar Financial Services (Bermuda) products, Shepherd Smith Edwards and Kantas ( may be able to help. For over two years, we have been going after the broker-dealers and their registered representatives that marketed and sold Northstar (Bermuda) annuities and annuity-like investments to foreign nationals.

Registered Investment Advisors (RIAs)

Our Trusted RIA Investment Advisor Loss Lawyers Represent Investors

If you have suffered investor losses that you suspect may have been caused by the negligence or misconduct of your registered investment advisor, Shepherd Smith Edwards and Kantas ( may be able to help. We represent retail investors, retirees, elderly investors, institutional investors, and high-net-worth individual investors in recouping their portfolio losses from RIAs.

Did You Invest in Private Placements That Were Too Risky For You?

Our Alternative Investment Loss Lawyers Are Investigating Brokers That May Have Unsuitably Marketed Legion Capital Corp. To Customers

Private placements are typically risky, illiquid investments and ideally should only be recommended to accredited investors that meet certain income level thresholds and/or are financially sophisticated. That said, even experienced, wealthy investors fall victim to unsuitable recommendations by a broker.

Blackstone REIT and Starwood REIT Investor Losses

Should You Sue Your Brokerage Firm Over Your Non-Traded Real Estate Investment Trust Losses?

If you are a Starwood REIT (SREIT) or a Blackstone REIT (BREIT), you may have suffered significant losses and need to contact Trusted REIT Investor Loss Attorneys. Both non-traded real estate investment trusts (non-traded REITs) suspended redemptions to investors in early December 2022. They made this move in the wake of growing requests for investor withdrawals.

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