Crofton & Bowie Appeals Lawyers
Skilled Appellate Attorneys for State & Federal Courts
If you have recently received an undesirable result in a lawsuit and wish to appeal, you will need an experienced Crofton and Bowie appellate attorney to represent you. Under Maryland law, you typically have the chance to appeal any decision that is made in a trial court, but the appellate process can be quite confusing.
With an experienced and trusted litigator on your team, you can rely on us to take your case to court and fight for you aggressively. We understand the ins and outs of the appellate process, which differs greatly from trial court. Our team can guide you through the complex court systems and represent you effectively. Turn to the team at Skipper Law, LLC if you are currently involved in an appeal or would like to begin the process.
Committed to Fighting for Your Legal Goals
Our skilled litigators have litigated appeals in federal and state appellate courts. We understand the unique challenges that are often involved in appellate cases and we always welcome even the most challenging cases that other attorneys turn down.
We have represented clients in a wide range of appeals, which may include matters of:
- Administrative appeals
- Circuit court
- Appeals to the Court of Special Appeals
- Appeals to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit
It cannot be overstated how important it is to act quickly, as time is of the essence with appeals. There are very strict timelines in which you have to act, which is why you must retain legal counsel right away.
Our clients rely on our law firm for the perseverance and commitment we have shown during the course of our practice. We are known not only for our results, but for our dedication to providing personalized and attentive counsel every step of the way.
Appeals In Re: Anthony D. Walker and Denicia P. Walker
The Maryland Court of Appeals held that a lien filed by a homeowners’ association or condominium can only secure money due at the time the lien is filed. The Court’s decision halts an abusive practice whereby some law firms representing HOAs and condominiums claimed that a lien could secure monies that homeowners never had a right to challenge because they were not owed at the time of the line.
Appeals Vincent June, Jr. v. E. Thomasson
When municipality improperly attempted to appeal mid-case, Skipper Law successfully obtained a court order striking the Fourth Circuit appeal, sending the matter back for trial in federal court
Appeals Knipp v. Defendant driver
Obtained a reversal of the trial court on appeal, with the appellate court finding the trial court erred by failing to award compensation for all medical expenses and failing to consider permanent injuries in a personal injury case. Upon remand, the trial court more than quadrupled the monetary award, following the mandate of the appeals court.
Appeals Davy v. Fox Chase Townhouse Association, Inc.
Successfully represented a homeowner challenging her HOA’s right to place a lien for improperly accelerated assessments and attorneys’ fees. After a trial in the Circuit Court in Annapolis, the Court found that the HOA was not entitled to the lien and awarded a majority of our client’s claimed attorneys’ fees. The HOA appealed, the parties argued the matter before the Court of Special Appeals in Annapolis and Ms. Davy against prevailed. The matter finally resolved on confidential terms.