Attorneys With Extensive Appellate Practice Experience

There are times when the determination of the trial court is challenged via appeal. Defending a win at the lower court is just as important as seeking reversal of an improper decision.

The attorneys at Hagelin Spencer LLC enjoy and excel at the legal writing and oral advocacy required for success at any appellate level. Our law firm regularly represents clients at the appellate level in both the state and federal court system. Determining the likelihood of success at the appellate level is a key first step in the appellate process. We will provide you with an honest and thorough analysis of all potential appellate issues so that you can make an informed decision on how to proceed.

Understanding The Appellate Process

The appellate process is different from that of the trial court. Appellate decisions are made by a panel of appellate justices. Written briefs are submitted well in advance. Accurate legal research yields the best results. An appellate lawyer’s ability to craft a persuasive written legal argument is paramount. The attorneys at Hagelin Spencer LLC possess the exceptional legal writing skills as well as the oral argument prowess required to succeed at any appellate level.

We have a reputation for success in our appellate practice. Hagelin Spencer LLC handles appellate cases for individuals, businesses, municipalities, insurance companies, and school districts throughout New York State.

Providing Integrity And Professionalism

Hagelin Spencer LLC provides quality legal representation of individuals and businesses across New York State. If you have questions concerning appeals or appellate practice, please contact our law firm by calling 866-214-2591. We have offices in Buffalo, Rochester, Syracuse, Garden City, and Jersey City, NJ. We handle claims and litigation (in the state and federal courts) throughout the State of New York, including all five boroughs of New York City, Long Island. We handle appeals before the New York State Appellate Divisions, New York Court of Appeals, and the Second Circuit.