Many investors have asked us how long an arbitration claim or lawsuit will take involving Woodbridge-related investments. This is a difficult question and depends upon many different factors. For example one factor is who sold the Woodbridge-related investments to you. If it was an LPL stockbroker or financial advisor the claim will likely take 12 months. If it was an unregistered financial advisor, that claim will be in court and it could take one to three years. The receiver action will likely take one to three years, and could take much longer. But a class-action lawsuit will likely take two to four years. For a free consultation as to how to recover Woodbridge-related investment losses please contact Our Chicago-based law firm at 312. 332. 4200
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