[ George A. Vaka is a certified circuit and appellate mediator by the Supreme Court of Florida ]
[ Founder, George A. Vaka, has established his mediation practice @ georgevaka.us ]
[ Named by peers to Florida Trend's Legal Elite ]
[ Honors keep adding up....less than 5% of lawyers are AV rated in America ]
[ Recognized by The National Law Journal® in its selection of Tampa's Top Attorneys ]
[ Think Experience. Think Excellence. Think Extraordinary. ]
[ Board Certified as a Specialist in Appellate Practice ]
[ AV Preeminent Peer Rated 5.0 out of 5 ]
[ "Florida Super Lawyer in both appellate law and insurance law" ]
[ "Honored as Best Lawyers in America in both appellate law and insurance law" ]
[ Recognized in Martindale-Hubbell Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers AV Rated by Martindale-Hubbell ]
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Our Approach To Appellate Litigation

Because appeals are unlike any other forms of litigation, effective appellate counsel requires a distinct skill set, including solid legal analysis, oral argument, and brief writing abilities. The appellate lawyers at Vaka Law Group have the acumen in these areas to enable us to efficiently assist our clients in matters that involve, or are likely to involve, an appeal. We work closely with our clients and their trial lawyers, before, during and after trial, to identify and present the arguments most likely to lead to a positive outcome. We are there every step of the way.

More Than Experience – Accomplishment

The lawyers at Vaka Law Group have extensive knowledge and experience, having handled hundreds of civil appeals in the Florida Supreme Court, Florida's District Courts of Appeal and the Federal Circuit Courts of Appeal. The firm’s lawyers have successfully represented clients whose cumulative trial court judgments exceed more than half a billion dollars.

The firm's lawyers are experienced in the following proceedings:

  • Business and Commercial Disputes
  • Class Actions
  • Constitutional Interpretation
  • Construction Disputes
  • Contract Matters
  • Extraordinary Writs
    • Certiorari
    • Mandamus
    • Prohibition
  • Insurance Matters
  • Personal Injury and Mass Torts
  • Statutory Construction and Interpretation
  • Professional Malpractice