Appellate Law

We Handle Appeals From Trial Court Actions And Administrative Judicial Review Matters

The appellate process is designed to give clients who are unhappy or dissatisfied with a legal decision to have their case appealed. For a client who wants to file a case for review, it is important to have a veteran appellate attorney. Your attorney has to convince an appellate court that the judgment made by a lower court should be overturned due to errors of law. It takes special skill, extensive legal knowledge and a great deal of experience to get a decision reversed — and the kind of dedication you will find at the Indianapolis law firm of MCNAMAR & ASSOCIATES, P.C.

Our principal attorney, David F. McNamar, has been admitted to practice in the U.S. Supreme Court and helps clients across the state of Indiana appeal cases to:

  • The United States Supreme Court
  • The Indiana Supreme Court
  • The United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the 7th Circuit
  • The Indiana Court of Appeals
  • The Indiana Tax Court

What Types Of Cases Can Be Heard?

Almost any type of case in which a verdict was handed down can be appealed under appellate law, whether civil or criminal in nature. These could include issues from taxes to personal injury or other litigation awards to habeas corpus. If you have a question regarding a case you feel should be appealed, call us for more information at 317-299-0160.

Call Us — We're Here To Help

Our skilled lawyer and our entire team are here to offer experienced legal advice for clients who have questions about appellate law and who feel they may have a case. Contact us by e-mail or call us at 317-299-0160 for more information or to schedule an initial consultation.