Are you unhappy with a court decision? Do you feel as if the judge made an error, failed to see the facts, or a combination of the two? You might have grounds for an appeal.
Appeals allow a court of higher authority to review a decision and all its related facts and documentation to determine if the decision was rendered in accordance with the law. Should you feel your decision was not, an appeals lawyer can help.
Our firm’s practice conducts appeals to any court in London or the Supreme Court of Canada.
Why Hire An Appeals Lawyer
Conducting an appeal is a highly specialized process. The skills needed in reviewing large volumes of documents and finding grounds for appeal require focus and the ability to spot important issues.
I have a wealth of experience handling appeals in the Court of Appeal for London, many of them on issues of importance to the administration of justice in London. I have also written and spoken at conferences in the areas of oral and written advocacy and appellate practice. I have appeared as counsel on interventions for the London Trial Lawyers Association in the Superior Court of Justice, the Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court of Canada.
Types of Appeals We Can Help With
We conduct a variety of appeals to the Superior Court of Justice, the Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court of Canada. We can assist you with:
- Family law appeals such as custody, access, property and support cases.
- Commercial Law appeals such as shareholder disputes, partnership disputes and contract cases.
- Personal injury law appeals such as car accidents, municipal and occupiers liability, slip and fall, medical malpractice and professional liability.
- Judicial Review applications such as appeals and reviews of all manner of Boards and Tribunals.
Why Hire Allan Robert For Your Appeals
- Allan is a highly experienced appeals lawyer with over 30 years of experience in handling cases of all kinds.
- Law firm led by values such as honesty, integrity, courage, eloquence and judgment.
- Active member of the London Trial Lawyers Association, Advocates Society and Criminal Lawyers Association and other law associations.
Time Limit For Appeals
Please note that your appeal must be filed within 30 days of the decision. While you can occasionally get an extension, it can be difficult to attain. It’s best to start your appeal within the time limit for doing so.
Contact Allan Robert Today
Preparing the materials for appeal is a time consuming process. Don’t wait until the last minute to find an appeals lawyer. Contact us today so we can get your appeal started.
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