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Appellate Law

Get a correct and accurate court decision.

If you feel that a court decision was unfavorable, or if you need help defending a previous court ruling, consider working with a Ball Eggleston appellate lawyer. We understand the frustration of disagreeing with a court decision, and we’ve been helping people appeal those cases for decades.

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If you believe you have a case that should be reviewed, discuss it with one of our appellate attorneys.


Our skilled appellate law attorneys can assist you.

1Not all cases are tried correctly the first time.

Many of our clients come to us feeling unsettled because of a court decision they didn't agree with. Whether it was because of bad representation or simply a differing opinion, hearing an unexpected verdict can be cause for great concern. If you believe you have a case that should be reviewed, you can discuss it with one of our appellate attorneys.

2We can help you prepare your case for appeal.

There are many different ways to interpret a court case. That’s why it’s important to have the right attorney by your side. It’s your attorney’s job to help the appellate court see your case from your perspective and get the correct verdict. When you work with one of our appellate lawyers, he or she will listen to your concerns and thoroughly prepare your case for an appeal. Additionally, we commonly work with other attorneys to pursue a more favorable outcome.


We have decades of appellate law experience.


Choose an appellate law attorney who will help you understand your options.
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Commonly Asked Questions

1How do I initiate an appeal?

Every situation is different, but generally you and/or your attorney will need to file a “Notice of Appeal” with the county clerk.

2When do I have to initiate an appeal?

Within 30 days of the submission of the final judgement.

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Not satisfied with your outcome? We can help.

1. Schedule a legal consultation.

2. Meet with an attorney to discuss your situation.

3. Determine your plan of action.
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