Every Step of the Way
State and Federal Appeals Attorneys in Appleton, Wisconsin Advocate on Your Behalf
Handling a range of civil litigation disputes throughout the Fox Valley
If you have been the recipient of an unjust outcome in court, your case might not be over. In many instances, it is possible to appeal the decision handed down by a judge in civil court to get a formal review of the trial in the hopes of overturning the initial ruling. At Bollenbeck Fyfe, S.C., our appellate practice covers a range of legal areas to provide our clients with the proper results they deserve. If you are an individual or a business in the Fox Valley who feels like the result of your original trial was mishandled, Attorney Craig Kubiak, one of the partners at our firm, is ready to review your case to get you an appropriate verdict.
Handling a range of disputes in state and federal court
Bollenbeck Fyfe, S.C. is comfortable representing clients in front of some of the most prominent courts in Wisconsin, including the Wisconsin Court of Appeals, the Wisconsin Supreme Court and the 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. In addition to representing clients we handled during the initial trial, our federal litigation attorney also gets referrals from other attorneys throughout the state to help with their clients’ appeals. Our firm doesn’t limit itself in its appeals practice and our attorneys handle numerous case types, including:
- Commercial litigation
- Intellectual property litigation
- Contract disputes
- Divorce and child custody issues
- Criminal defense
- Personal injury
- Insurance litigation
- Social Security disability appeals
How to file an appeal
To successfully appeal a verdict, it’s vital to present the appeals court the evidence that was introduced at that the initial trial to establish that errors were made during the trail process that resulted in an inappropriate decisions by the trial court. There are numerous grounds for determining whether a case may appealed and some of them are the use of inadmissible evidence, improper instructions to the jury on the part of the judge and a verdict with an unreasonable fine attached.
You cannot bring new evidence to an appeal, but the process is a formal review of the previous trial that examines if the proper verdict was hampered by technical errors. Another basis for an appeal is that the trial court misapplied the law. Regardless of the basis for an appeal, Bollenbeck Fyfe will look over your case to determine and evaluate whether your case is appealable.
Get in touch with an experienced state and federal appeal law firm today
If you have received a trial verdict in state and federal court that you want to appeal, call Bollenbeck Fyfe, S.C. at 920.735.1711 or contact us online to schedule an appointment. We will look over the details of your case to see whether or not an appeal is in your best interest. Our office is located in Appleton on College Avenue, one block east from the Appleton International Airport.