Have You Suffered Losses in Lehman Brothers Structured Notes Sold by UBS and Other Major Brokerage Firms?
Many investors are filing claims against UBS Financial Services and other major brokerage firms alleging that they were deceived as to the risks of investing in Lehman Brothers structured notes. Brokers pitched the notes, including notes with a “principal protection feature,” as conservative and safe investments with “no risk” and sold them to conservative investors seeking yield and preservation of investment principal. The true risks associated with these products were not disclosed by the brokers selling them, and investors were actually subject to significant amounts of risk. In fact, investors in the notes may lose all or a majority of their principal investments in the notes, as Lehman Brothers filed for bankruptcy protection on September 15, 2008.
If you wish to discuss your investment in Lehman Brothers structured notes or have questions about securities fraud and want to know if you have a case, please contact us at (727) 461-7474 or visit our Investor FAQs page and fill out the Do I Have a Case form at www.colemanlaw.com.
For more information about Securities fraud, or estate planning, particularly if you are in Clearwater, Palm Harbor, Tarpon Springs or the Tampa Bay, Florida area, go to our website www.colemanlaw.com