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Appellate Law

Often the legal battle does not conclude at the rendering of a verdict, court order or final judgment. Many times the battle continues through the appellate process. If you obtain an unfavorable result, there may still be merit and value in instituting an appeal. Likewise, if you obtain a favorable result, your opposition may file an appeal against you, which you must in turn defend to avoid reversal.

Attorney Kevin Laidler possesses extensive experience in appellate law, whether civil, criminal or administrative appeals. Regardless of the court or forum, Laidler Law is well-versed in prosecuting and defending appellate claims. Our services also include the rendering of legal opinions on constitutional, statutory and other issues to guide future client conduct.

A former pre-hearing attorney at the Michigan Court of Appeals, attorney Kevin Laidler has devoted a substantial amount of his career to appellate practice. He understands the procedural and substantive demands required, whether it is an appeal from a simple State district court matter, or the filing of a Writ of Certiorari to the United States Supreme Court.

If you find yourself at the losing end of a legal fight, or if called upon to defend an appeal, attorney Laidler is available for a free consultation, willing to offer his candid advice and, barring any insurmountable infirmities with your case, a sound, affordable solution. If you are seeking representation for a prospective appellate matter, it is recommended that you act sooner rather than later before any appellate filing deadlines lapse.

Contact Laidler Law Office at (248) 693-2300 for a free consultation, or fill out our Contact Form.

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 Posted on : February 17, 2015