St. Louis Construction Litigation and Appeals Attorney

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St. Louis Construction Litigation Attorneys

Our St. Louis construction lawyers will take a case as far as it needs to go to get you the results you deserve.  Our attorneys have experience litigating a slew of different construction law cases. We can help you with jury trials, bench trials, or arbitrations.

Our lawyers are confident in our abilities and in our knowledge of construction law, and we’ll fight for you in court.

If you have construction law issues, our lawyers would love to hear about your case.

We will listen, evaluate your case, and advise you as to how you should properly proceed, either to mitigate any potential damages or to enable you to collect money that you are owed on a construction project.

The moment you step into our office, we’ll begin formulating an aggressive litigation strategy to help you achieve your desired outcome.

Part of your case evaluation includes considerations regarding:

  • the venue of the case,
  • whether to opt for a jury trial,
  • whether to take a change of judge,
  • the strategies of the opposing lawyer,
  • what motion to file to keep pressure on the opposing side, and
  • many other strategy decisions that a lawyer needs to make case-by-case when litigating a construction law caseConstruction Tools

Construction Law Appellate Lawyers

Our construction lawyers will take your case from start to finish, which means we are ready and willing to assist you with the appeal process if necessary.

There will be close cases where you win, and the other side will appeal. Your fight should not stop there.

They are attempting to take money to which you are entitled by finding procedural (often is the case) deficiencies in the trial.

What are Grounds for Appeal in Missouri?

“When reviewing a court-tried case, this Court will affirm the judgment of the trial court unless there is no substantial evidence to support it, unless it is against the weight of evidence, unless it erroneously declares the law, or unless it erroneously applies the law. Murphy v. Carron, 536 S.W.2d 30, 32 (Mo. banc 1976); Ta Realty Assocs. Fund V, L.P. v. NCNB 1500, Inc., 144 S.W.3d 343, 346 (Mo.App. E.D.2004).” K.O. Real Estate, LLC. v. O’Toole, 291 S.W.3d 780 (Mo. App., 2009).

It is often incredibly difficult to prove that there is no substantial evidence or the ruling is against the weight of the evidence because even a mediocre lawyer can almost always meet those burdens in the case.

Thus, as a practical reality, most Missouri appeals are made on the basis of the erroneous declaration or application of the law.

If the opposition appeals, regardless of their grounds, you should always consult with an attorney to determine whether it is prudent to continue litigating and fighting. This will be an important decision because there is usually a significant sum of money and substantive rights on the line.

Our lawyers are well-equipped and eager to help you fight the appeal.

If you have a case that is getting appealed or you would like to appeal a case, please contact our St. Louis Construction Lawyers here.

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