It is unclear whether your case in front of the U.S. Supreme Court or a foreign court. Either way, representation is encouraged. You can find appellate attorneys through a search on Justia to view their profiles and then contact them directly if you would like a consultation. Best of luck!
This will depend on whether your case is a state or federal case. I am licensed in the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals (federal), but not the state of Colorado. Either way there are time and procedural requirements to file your appeal. You should consult an attorney to guide you through the process.
While I am admitted to the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals, I am not licensed in south Carolina, and this is not a private forum so this is not legal advice. What I can tell you is that there is typically a short period of time that you can appeal an ejectment. You should retain a lawyer to...View More
Were you served after the settlement? You should contact your insurance company and find out what happened so that you can be prepared for whatever additional case has been filed. If you have not been served and the case has settled, the insurance company should ensure the lawsuit is dismissed for...View More
Appellate cases are much different than trial. The purpose of an appeal is to reverse a trial court decision, but that only happens if there was an error in law or procedure. The appellate attorney will review the trial court case, including the transcript and evidence submitted to determine...View More
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