Medford Trial Attorneys
Some legal matters can be resolved through negotiation and other dispute resolution methods. However, some cases may need to go to trial if the two parties cannot agree. At Jacobson, Thierolf & Dickey, P.C., our Medford trial lawyers have the litigation skills and experience to effectively advocate for you in court. Additionally, if you had a case that lost in court, we are prepared to represent your interests in appellate court.
What Happens If I Lost At Trial Court?
If you lost your case at trial court, you may be able to appeal your case. To determine whether you have a strong argument to reverse the lower court’s decision, meet with one of our knowledgeable attorneys.
We are professionals who take our client’s legal matters seriously. We will take the time to fully understand the circumstances surrounding your case, including whether there were procedural errors at the trial level, which may have affected the outcome of your case.
How Do Appeals Work?
One of the most important aspects to understand about appellate law is that appeals are not brand new trials. No new evidence can be brought in at the appellate level. All evidence must have been presented at the trial court level, so it is important to have an attorney on your side who is adept at assessing the entire trial record.
Our lawyers at Jacobson, Thierolf & Dickey, P.C., are critical in their approach to appellate-level cases. We will thoroughly and meticulously examine your trial record in order to draft an appellate brief that includes all the pertinent points. In addition to detail-oriented briefing, we have the litigation experience needed to present a persuasive argument at the court of appeals.
Contact our Medford law office at 541-773-2727 to schedule an initial consultation. We represent clients throughout southern Oregon, including communities in Grants Pass, Ashland and Rogue Valley. If you are from Northern California, our firm includes an attorney who is licensed in the state of California.