Appeals are complex and the time to file is limited. It is important to seek appellate counsel timely as there are important deadlines and time frames involved, and missing a deadline can eliminate your right to seek a review of a judge's decision. If there are legal, or factual errors that arose during the course of your case in Florida, then it is possible that this misapplication, or misinterpretation of the correct legal standard, or procedural, or substantive errors of law could have adversely affected the outcome of your case. Our attorneys are knowledgeable regarding post-trial remedies that may be available to protect you, or to assist you to make a record for an appeal during your case. If you disagree with the decision of the judge, or believe that the outcome that you received was in error because of a mistake of fact, a misapplication of the law to the facts, or because a judge would not consider certain facts, and there is a good faith basis to challenge the judge's decision, you may have grounds to file an appeal (of a final order or certain appealable non-final orders), or you may have grounds for a petition for a writ of certiorari (to quash non-final orders that would not otherwise be appealable until the end of the case in the trial court), or you may have the right to another type of petition for extraordinary writ. As Florida business litigation attorneys, we have handled various types of appellate matters and we may be able to assist you with your appeal. Our firm is located in Miami, specifically, in Coral Gables and provides representation in appeals, business matters, and litigation. Contact our offices in Coral Gables to schedule an appointment to discuss your appellate matter.