The Litigation Services Department of Appelrouth Farah & Co., P.A. is dedicated to providing the personalized, professional service of a local accounting firm, combined with a staff of highly experienced forensic, valuation, financial and taxation CPAs, normally only found in a large-scale national accounting firm. We are always available to our clients and attorneys, no matter what time of day or year.
With over forty years of experience, Stewart L. Appelrouth, Co-Founder and Senior Partner, and his staff provide consultation and trial testimony services in a myriad of forensic areas, including:
Collaborative Family Law
Family Law Consultations
Lost Profits & Contract Disputes
Wrongful Death Matter
Accessible Litigation Services Team
Our litigation consulting team’s vast experience provides legal counsel with a litigation support team unlike any other available in the State of Florida. Our forensic accounting team is supported by a team with extensive investigative and fraud detection experience found only in a handful of large-scale accounting firms throughout the nation. Our ability to provide forensic services in the United States and worldwide has been rewarded by our appointment as one of 18 exclusive providers of such services to Chartis, one of the largest insurance companies in the Americas.
Paperless Litigation: Consulting at the Stroke of a Key.
Appelrouth, Farah & Co., P.A.’s forensic team has 24/7 secured access to their entire client file, which includes all documents produced in the matter. Our ability to manage records and provide total production inventory control makes us an integral part of the litigation team.
As a part of your litigation consulting team, we not only provide you with a complete understanding of the case from a financial perspective with easy to understand work papers and presentations, but we provide invaluable assistance throughout the case. As valuable partners of the trial team, our services include deposition preparation, assisting in questioning of parties with financial knowledge, trial preparation and assistance, consulting and educating the client and counsel on all matters of a financial nature, as well as:
Family Law Mediation
Insurance Claims Analysis
Lost Profits/Commercial Damages
A Qualified & Certified Team
Integrity is one of the most important qualities in the litigation industry. Our partners and staff hold designations as Certified Forensic Accountants, Certified Fraud Examiners, Certified Paralegals and various accreditations and certifications in business valuation. Our litigation consultants are well versed in Florida case law relating to financial matters and provide invaluable support to the litigation team. We are leaders in the community in the education of lawyers, insurance professionals and other accountants in the fields of forensic accounting, fraud and business valuation. Our experts have been cited by the appellate courts for their concise understandable testimony and our testimony has survived Daubert challenge in Federal Court.
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