Business Appeals FAQs

If you come out on the losing end of a business dispute, you might think your battle over the case is over. Depending on the circumstances of the case, however, you might wish to appeal the decision. Perhaps you feel that the decision was not fairly reached, that not all evidence was considered or that your rights were violated.

At Korshak & Associates, it's our goal that our clients are satisfied with the results of their case. Our Orlando business lawyers handle appeals for a variety of business cases, whether we were the original attorneys in the case or if the matter was handled elsewhere. Our attorneys are skilled at determining if an appeal is warranted in a given case, and, if so, what the arguments will be.

We've compiled some questions for people or businesses that are considering appealing their case in the form of an Orlando business appeals FAQs:

I don't think my original lawyer acted appropriately. Can I hire someone else to appeal the result of my case?

Certainly. Our firm handles many appeals cases that we were not involved with originally. Alleging that an issue such as attorney misconduct has taken place can be a reason to appeal a case.

Since I lost my case, we've uncovered more information that might have changed the outcome. Is it too late to do anything about it?

No, it's not too late. The discovery of evidence after the original verdict has been handed down is one of many reasons that an appeal might be warranted. If evidence is overlooked, it's crucial to still introduce it if it might impact the decision of the court.

These are but a few of the issues that can arise during business appeals. Contact our business litigation attorneys at Korshak & Associates today by calling 407-680-1471, or contact us toll free at 800-587-2470. You may also contact us by email.