A second chance to win your case…

Even if the landlord wins the initial round in court, you still might have a chance to win your case. That is, if you have the right legal representation. 

There are two aspects to any litigated case. The first element is comprised of all the relevant facts. The second aspect concerns the law and its application. In most instances, facts are decided at the lower, trial-court level. When a case goes to appeal, only the trial court’s rulings are argued. 

To have the greatest chance of winning your landlord-tenant case on appeal, your lawyer needs to be well-versed in the subtleties and distinctions of New York City’s voluminous Landlord Tenant laws, rules, and regulations. Tenants’ lawyer Jeff McAdams has successfully handled appeals for his clients over his many years in practice. 

Looking through this site and Jeff’s NYC Tenant Lawyer Blog will give you an idea of how knowledgeable and experienced Jeff is, and how successful he has been in protecting the rights of tenant against New York City landlords.

If your case is a good candidate for an appeal, you can rely on Jeff’s clean, careful, methodical work to give you the best possible chance to win. Appeals are very challenging and often expensive endeavors. You would benefit from consulting with Jeff for a careful analysis of whether it’s wise to go that route.

You can learn a bit more about the legalities surrounding appeals in the following article and tips Jeff has published:

Call today for a free, brief initial phone consultation with Tenants Rights attorney Jeff McAdams, to find out more about appealing your case. You can reach him at 212-406-5145.

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