Medical Properties Trust Stockholder Investigation

Girard Sharp attorneys are investigating claims on behalf of investors who acquired stock in Medical Properties Trust, Inc.

If you acquired Medical Properties Trust, Inc. stock and would like to discuss your potential claim, fill out the form below or call toll-free at (866) 981-4800 for a free consultation with a Girard Sharp attorney.

More About the Medical Properties Trust, Inc. Stockholder Investigation

Medical Properties Trust, Inc. (“MPW”) is a real estate investment trust headquartered in Birmingham, AL focused on the acquisition and development of net-leased healthcare facilities. According to recent reports, MPW “has engaged in billions of dollars of uncommercial transactions with its tenants.” More specifically, the report states that certain of MPW’s tenants “show that they are severely distressed and do not have the ability to meet MPW’s rent requirements if not for financial contributions from MPW”, and that these “round-tripped revenues have no economic substance, and serve for a sole purpose of masking financial distress of MPW’s tenants.”

MPW’s share price declined by approximately 20% between February 21, 2023 and February 27, 2023.

If you acquired Medical Properties Trust stock, speak to an attorney by filling out the form above.

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