When Can You Appeal A Court Decision?

The primary role of the appellate process is to determine if any mistakes were made during the original trial. This is an important distinction, because the purpose of appeals isn't to simply give someone another attempt at winning their case simply because they lost.

At Delgado & Romanik, we assist clients in Daytona Beach and throughout central Florida with the appeals process. If you believe errors were made at trial, or need an experienced attorney to review your case, we can help. The appeals process can seem daunting and hopeless, but we know how to help you find the right strategy for appealing a court's decision.

Reasons For Appealing A Court Decision

Winning on appeal requires proving that mistakes were made and that there are legitimate reasons the decision rendered was unfair. Reasons for appealing a case could include:

  • Misapplication of the law
  • Mistakes in use, gathering or acceptance of evidence
  • Mistake made by the judge, such as giving incorrect instructions or information
  • Awarding unfair or unrequitable damages

If you have lost a court case, it is important to have an experienced appellate lawyer review the decision to determine if an appeal will be beneficial. In many cases, it will be. The last thing you want to do is give up on your case before you have to.

Ready To Appeal A Court Decision?

We have extensive experience in appellate court, and are here to help. If you have questions about appealing a court decision, call us at 386-492-8694, or email us today.