RaquinMercer Law Offices
“The Defense Never Rests.”

Civil Appeals Attorneys In Maryland And Washington, D.C.

Achieving success in civil appeals requires a unique skill set that not all attorneys and firms possess. At RaquinMercer LLC, we have a proven ability to navigate the complexities of the appeals process to obtain favorable outcomes for our clients. ‘
The varied experience of our attorneys combines to create a powerful synergy for our clients. Steve Mercer brings more than 20 years of appellate experience to our firm while Isabelle Raquin has established herself as an accomplished oral advocate and trial attorney. This stands in stark contrast to attorneys who lack an understanding of the appeals process or have not experienced the rigors of a trial. We believe that our combination of appellate advocacy and trial advocacy is mutually beneficial, allowing us to craft and deliver strong appellate arguments for our clients.

Proven Success In Civil Appeals

Our firm handles a full range of civil matters in appellate courts, including appeals arising from:
  • Family law
  • Personal injury
  • Business and commercial disputes
We have a track record of achieving successful results for individual and business clients alike. Our successful appellate record includes cases like Horridge vs. Department of Social Services, where attorney Steve Mercer won a law-shaping appeal establishing a special duty of the Maryland Department of Social Services toward children who have been reportedly abused.

Contact Our Appellate Lawyers Today

If you’re interested in filing an appeal, don’t hesitate to contact our appeals attorney. The sooner you reach out, the better. We’ll tell you the requirements for filing an appeal and help you do so. We’ll also offer our professional, straightforward advice regarding your case. Call 301-750-9702 or contact us online to schedule a consultation.

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