Seeking An Appeal: Our Appellate Law Practice
At Korshak & Associates, P.A., we represent individuals who are looking to appeal a previous court’s decision in Florida. If you are unsatisfied with the outcome of your case and believe an error was made by the judge or jury, we invite you to contact us to learn how we can help.
We also bring appeals stemming from civil litigation originating with other law firms. Attorney referrals are welcome.
When To Pursue An Appeal
In an appeal, a higher court reviews a lower court’s decision at the request of the losing party.
An appeal is generally appropriate if there is some error in the court’s proceedings the first time. New evidence is not a part of the appeals process. Rather, it is a chance to have a new, higher court review a previous ruling where errors were made.
Effective appellate lawyers excel at evaluating case outcomes, researching the law and writing appellate briefs outlining why a particular court decision should be reviewed by an appellate court.
If your civil litigation outcome is suitable for appeal, our attorneys can advise you of the steps leading to an appeal best positioned for success.
We typically handle appeals at the state level. Our attorneys are very familiar with the requirements and procedures involved in handling an appellate case. For example, we understand the critical necessity of filing a notice of appeal within the 30-day deadline. We are prepared to obtain and evaluate the court transcript from the previous litigation and then research, write and submit appellate briefs written persuasively in support of an appeal in our client’s favor.
- Motion for a new trial or a rehearing
- Is an appeal a cost-effective option?
- Is the other side pursuing an appeal?
- Post-judgment representation: Appeals, domestications, and enforcements
Contact An Orlando And Casselberry Appellate Lawyer
Our Casselberry and Orlando offices are conveniently located near major roads and offer free parking. We accept cash, checks and major credit cards.
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