So, the trial is over... Did the jury get it right? Let's face it, in litigation, sometimes the result is unexpected. Perhaps the result was fostered by an improper evidentiary ruling or another error committed by the trial court. If your client has found the outcome less than palatable, you may consider appealing the result.
Appellate work is not trial work. Appellate law is about research, writing and formulating persuasive arguments. If complex legal research and brief writing are not your strong suits, consider associating experienced appellate counsel to assist you in having your case reviewed.
Winning on appeal requires more than citing persuasive legal precedent. It often demands a sophisticated approach to legal writing that meshes legal authority and creative analysis to yield persuasive arguments. The experienced appellate attorneys at Coleman, Chambers, Rogers & Williams, LLP are proficient in brief writing, adept at legal research and experienced in the rules of appellate procedure. We have orchestrated the research and brief writing underlying several successful appeals.
The experienced appellate attorneys at Coleman, Chambers, Rogers & Williams, LLP have obtained successful results from every appellate court in Georgia, including the 11 th Circuit Court of Appeals. In one recent case, we obtained in a seven-figure verdict in a jury trial in favor of aggrieved property owners against a neighboring landowner for nuisance and trespass, and successfully defended the appeal that resulted in the verdict being upheld. ( Click here for opinion).
At Coleman, Chambers, Rogers & Williams, LLP, we provide appellate advocacy to clients whose cases we handed in the lower courts, as well as those brought to us by other attorneys when an appeal has been filed or is being contemplated. Whether you need to preserve a successful result or challenge a jury verdict or decision of the trial court, the appellate attorneys at CC&R have the skills, experience and legal acumen to prosecute or defend your appeal. Call or email to speak with an experienced appellate attorney and to learn more about appealing your case.