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An Accomplished Appellate Law Practice

Whether you have lost a case at trial or you have won your case and are now faced with defending a verdict, it’s important to protect the investment you’ve made at the trial level.

Curcio Mirzaian Sirot LLC has won many appeals on behalf of people on both sides of cases under challenge. We serve clients whose cases we handled initially, as well as clients from other law firms who are in need of skillful representation before an appellate court.

Meticulous legal research and writing are essential skills in appeals. Many cases are decided solely or primarily on the basis of written arguments. Others include court hearings, as well. Our attorneys know how to analyze, create and deliver powerful appellate briefs. As needed, they can deliver dynamic and persuasive oral arguments.

Digging Into The Issues And The Arguments

When preparing an appeal, we identify the critical legal issues that deserve a closer look. Our clients’ appeals cover a wide range of subject areas, including, contracts, business torts, family law, products liability, insurance, intellectual property, real estate, employment, environmental law, and constitutional and civil rights.

We accept the following types of appeals to be decided in state and federal courts:

  • Civil lawsuits stemming from personal injury, business, environmental law and other noncriminal areas of the law
  • Family and matrimonial matters
  • Probate and chancery court

When you bring your appellate needs to our attention, we will gladly showcase other similar appeals that our law firm handled, to give you an idea of how your case might go from here.

An Invitation To An Appellate Evaluation

We welcome the opportunity to learn about your appellate needs and explain what the next steps should be if you decide to move forward with an appeal. Attorney Jessica A. Tracy or another member of our team is available to meet with you and get your appellate strategy off the ground. We represent individuals or businesses with appellate needs. Call 973-852-3229 or contact us online to schedule a consultation.

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