Appellate Law

If you needed a major surgery, you’d go to a specialized surgeon, not your family doctor. For the same reason, you shouldn’t hire a general trial practitioner to handle your appellate legal case. The appeals process – and the expertise required to navigate it successfully – is much different from trial court practice. Reed Claymon has years of experience, in health care and other fields, handling cases in the Texas Courts of Appeals, Texas Supreme Court, and U.S. Courts of Appeals. We know how to put the odds of victory in your favor, whether the goal is to reverse a judgment or uphold it.

We provide you with objective advice on whether pursuing an appeal – or responding to one – is the right choice. If you decide to move forward, we go to work mastering the applicable body of law and developing airtight legal arguments to persuade the judges and maximize your chances of a favorable ruling.

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