Once you review our analysis of your case, should you choose to proceed, we will file a Notice of Appeal on your behalf. Thereafter, we will start drafting the Initial Appeal Brief. We work closely with our clients during this process. We pride ourselves on being thorough and are always available to answer our clients’ questions.
Many types of Orders and Judgments can be appealed, including Final and Non-Final Orders. The most common include:
- Orders on breach of contract
- Business tort
- Attorney Fees
- Employment disputes (wrongful termination, discrimination, harassment or wage and hour violations)
- Partnership disagreements
- Botched Purchase and Sale Agreements
During the appeal process, no new evidence can be presented. Rather, we are asking the Appellate Court to review the transcripts of the Trial Court, the Order of the Trial Court and our legal arguments in an effort to show the Appeals Court how the Trial Court committed error or abused its discretion. If we prevail, the Appeals Court can reverse the Trial Court ruling and remand the case back to the Trial Court to be tried again. The errors are usually based upon abuse of the Court’s discretion, fundamental effort, errors in admitting or excluding evidence, procedural errors or errors in applying or interpreting the law.
Why Hire the Horton Law Group, P.A?
If you received an Order from the Trial Court that you are not happy with, you must act fast as you only have 30 days to file an appeal. One thing is for sure, you need an attorney who understands the appeals process intimately and has a track record of achieving success in the appellate arena.
At the Horton Law Group, we treat our clients like family. We are actively involved in the community; we are well respected in the courtroom, and we have a stellar reputation in the community. We maintain professional relationships with our clients long after their cases are resolved because we fight for our clients. We are confident that you will be happy with your decision to hire the Horton Law Group to represent you. Please contact the Horton Law Group, P.A. at 561-299-0018 or email email@example.com to schedule a free 30-minute consultation with a qualified member from our team.